'Houses'What is house? I think a house is different from your home. I think "home" is just an imaginary mindset you bring into the physical world. A house, on the other hand, is different. A house is a physical thing. I don't think houses are used for their original intention anymore. When I was a smaller, I understood that a house was used for water, heat, and a place to sleep every night. Now, I see houses as just a pile of stuff with a cover on it. But that's the whole meaning of life, isn't it? Just to find a place to put your stuff. And whenever you leave your house, you have to put a lock on it! Because you wouldn't want anyone taking your stuff, especially the good stuff, now would we? You lock your house as you leave just to go out and get more stuff! And sometimes, you have to move. Why? Because you need a bigger place to fit all your stuff! So basically, it has come apparent to me that houses are more used as a giant storage place to keep all your pointless shit that you u
Deja Vu TheoryHey, guys.
I would like to share my deja vu theory with you. So the theory is, since we were born, we are making different choices in every aspects of life. Some of them are significant, most not. But every single one has impact on our lives. If we take the multidimensionality theory, every decision creates a new 'line of life', which will be different from the one we are actually in. For example; we want to drink some coffee. If we decide to drink it, we'll be on life line A, if not, on life line B. Of course, something like drinking coffee has got no huge impact on our lives (in most cases) and then line A and B goes back together.
But in other situations, when the decisions we make are much more important, like, going to college or not, the line will divide and probably those lines will never meet.
Following this rule, there will be billions of billions such divisions, which will create billions of billions of billions alternative life lines.
So, for example: you (yes, i mean you, s