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The musings on a wandering skeptic

May 12, 2023
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In the stillness of the night, as I gaze up at the stars above, I cannot help but contemplate the mysteries of the universe. Is it possible that our existence is merely a figment of a higher being's imagination, our lives but mere dreams in the mind of a god? And if so, what purpose do we serve in this grand scheme of things?

Some say that time is money, but as a once-broken soul who had nothing but time, I know better. Time is a precious commodity, more valuable than any currency or material possession. It is the one thing we cannot buy, and yet, it is the one thing that we often take for granted.

I am not of this generation; I am a wanderer who roams through the ages, seeking answers to questions that have plagued humanity for centuries. I am a messenger, sent to guide the generations to come towards a greater understanding of the world around them.

I have seen a blind man being led by a homeless beggar, and it has made me ponder the true nature of our existence. Would the blind man still hold on to his guide's hand if he knew how dirty he was? Does it matter if our guides are clean or dirty, so long as they lead us towards our destination?

I have witnessed a grown man spending his entire day playing with a troubled child. The child's eyes shone with joy, mirroring the love that the man had for his playmate. In that moment, I realized the importance of human connection and the role we play in each other's lives. Not everyone can afford the luxury of time, but for those who can, it is a priceless gift.

As I walk through the streets, I see the homeless and the destitute, and I cannot help but see myself in their plight. It is a reminder that we are all vulnerable, that life is but a fleeting moment in the grand scheme of things.

I believe that there is more to our existence than what meets the eye. There is another dimension, a world beyond our own, where the answers to the ultimate questions of human suffering can be found. It is a world that transcends our finite intellectual capacities, and yet, it is a world that we must strive to understand. For it is only in the pursuit of knowledge that we can hope to achieve true enlightenment.

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