“Are you a sunshine kind of person” (reply)

“Cronon points out that how we view nature will reflect in the point we get out of an environmental narrative” (rcspray)
I would like to add about perspective and context.

I recall a quote that goes something like the following:
‘All the answers to the universe already exist, it’s up to us to find them.’From this expression brings to me an inspiration.The untapped knowledge and answers are in constant existence among us. Knowledge, wrapping around our skin as our essence a ruder steering us amid the experiential and speculative that time brings forth. Answers, breathing in and out of our existence:some known and knowing to us, others in ignorance. A rudders wake leaving behind a teaching unto another, or possibly an offense.

How well we relate to an expression of a person place thing or idea depends upon our own personal identification or concept with that person place thing or idea. We can not fully feel and know the “wet” of our existence if we haven’t felt the harsh and dry of the sun. We can not know the light, if we have never experienced the dark. The light only becomes an acceptable stark presence after a period of darkness. But over time, we get used to the light that was once blinding and become desensitized to it’s presence for better and for worse. Ironically; metaphorically and literally speaking, staring into the light long enough will make us blind to it. (And so the cycle continues) I guess my point is, i feel life can only be properly or fully understandable through as much experience as possible. Through this experience can we generate different views and develop various contextual perspectives on life about our very nature inside and out. Is our nature a “paradise? Or a wasteland? Plentiful and fruitful?” I believe they are all these things. For the mind and eyes that created this perspective made it so and will forever be imprinted on those who influence and create the next layer of perspective thought and reality for others to ponder. In a literary context on the nature of “things” can we share and learn and come to a better understanding!? And so the cycle continues.


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