Listening to: Ash-The Secession Studios
So, sorry, but this is gonna be one of my weird science things, that's not really science as it is more of a cumulation of thoughts that hopeful collectively form some sort of coherent text. So be warned! Extreme boredom and complete randomness up ahead!
There are 7 billion people on this planet. That's 7,000,000,000 living, breathing people. 7 billion ideas that flourish within people and whose existence goes ultimately unnoticed. Picturing the sheer massiveness of that number is nigh on impossible, and I can't see that many people living, it's size makes it unfathomable, and so it goes almost unnoticed. We always say, yes, there are many people on this planet, but no body ever realises how many. Can you see 7,000,000,000 people in your head? I know I can't. I'm off topic. The fact that every single one of these human beings has thoughts and wishes and desires, and that every single one functions in different ways, and has different motives and likes and dislikes. It brings forth the idea of how much potential we really have. "876 million adults are illiterate, and based on enrolment data, about 72 million children of primary school age in the developing world were not in school in 2005; 57 per cent of them were girls. And these are regarded as optimistic numbers."-Global Issues. Look at those figures. It takes one person to change the world, and if 948 million brains are locked away because of poverty and lack of education, could the keys to the future not be held in their capable grasp? And that's just the ones we know of. There are countless others.
Another thing, every day, you'll see tens, if not hundreds of people as you walk through school or the workplace, or the town, where ever you are you will see masses of people; and every single one of them, is thinking. In a similar way that you do, they may have entirely different subjects turning over in their mind, but the elaborate contraptions that put these thoughts together are the same. That one person who you pass every day on your way to school, he/she has good days and bad days, some days they may be the happiest person on earth, other days they may have just left a beloved other, or lost a pet, you don't know. And the fascinating thing is the realisation over just how unique every single person is. Yes, statistics guess that about 6 people on this planet look similar to you, but no persons thoughts will ever be exactly the same as someone else's. The way that you make your sentences is different to me, the way that your thoughts run is different to mine, everything is unique. I'm not sure where I was going with this, I never really had a clear point other than the fact that it fascinates me how... different we all are. I know that the cliche "Everyone is unique" exists, and, personally, I don't support that particular phrase, since suggesting that everyone is unique almost puts forward the idea that no one is. But the fundamental idea behind it, that no two brains think in the same way and that no two people have the same talents, or skills, or ideas. You are not one in a million. You are one in 7 billion. And someday your ideas, you motives, your words, could alter the planet in a way that no body else can. Because you are you.
That seriously went off on some weird tangents. I would say more, but I feel that if I would I'd get onto some touchy subjects, something I'm so far unwilling to touch on.
If you made it this far, well done, I congratulate you.
Have a great day guys.
Seriously, you only get one today, make the most of it.
I'll catch you guys later.
Take it easy.