It is only natural that we, as a creature, attempt to define ourselves and our history in a manner that we can almost grasp. Yet, with all good effort, we are unable to fathom the extent of it. Yes, there are still those who cling to the myth of our creation being a few thousand years in existence, molded overnight by a fictitious god.
Realities are catching up with us, however. The world’s deepest known hole in the earth has revealed fossils and human remains as deep as 20 miles down, the oceans will soon reveal civilizations far beyond us that have vanished, and our view of earth from above has substantiated the history of technologies and capabilities we are yet to understand and do. Biblical origins and evolution theories are falling apart as we venture into the unknown yet knowable.
It is up to the individual to emancipate one’s ‘self’ from the chains of limited thought and allow realities to manifest as they reveal themselves. Shedding the old and embracing the truths of life and its remarkable mysteries is a challenge; yet, when allowed to manifest within us, it is a grand enlightenment full of expectations and anticipations.
Clay (The Universal Infidel)