I've been thinking about our reality for a while. The science, technology, language, love, emotion that we humans experience every day.
What are we actually doing? I mean, what if everything just stopped sucking. Money would be worthless, everything free. Everyone's equal, no one has to work anymore, no debts, no wars. Would that really be a utopia? No opposition, no competition, no value? That would be boring. So are we actually living in a false utopia?
What would we be in?
Don't we just seem to be like some workers doing repetitive things daily? When I think of utopia. I think of endless grassland, like light green and there's a house with my family. And the grass is so tall it's around 3 ft. With the sun glaring at me everywhere I go and birds flying around, no food chains. Just infinite life.
That would be boring, so all the opposition and conflicts is actually keeping us humans going.
What would happen if you just knew it all. All the science, molecules, dna, atoms, electrons, religion, government all of it was just a set of guidelines made by someone to keep our level of fixed intelligence contained to know how the world around us works. It's a state of equilibrium then, stupid celebrities go on tv and we like watching them, working losing and gaining money, no energy is created but it's just always their circulating around. We were always there, and nothing is actually going on.
I may have too much time on my hands, but thinking about it really makes me wonder what is the meaning of life. I've always thought of it as being happy and doing what I want to do. What is the meaning of all our ideologies competing with the philosophies of others?
All I really have right now is that I wish to be happy and I'm grateful to know how it feels like being alive, being able to have the 5 senses and being in a state of decent satisfaction.