Lines in sand

It is a quick thought I had whilst bathing (by now you should know I think clearly when I am immersed in water). I haven't fully explored it, so odds are it won't stand up to scrutiny.

I think all conflict is because of one thing, the misinterpretation of the word causality, which is defined as:

  1. the relationship between cause and effect or
  2. the principle that everything has a cause.

That's it cause and effect. Freedom in its simplest form is, "free will". We are free to do whatever we want, cause, for as long we do not impede, effect, on somebody else's freedom. How is this even possible? (that should be fodder for the next essay).

If you look at your life and assess all the points of conflict: personal, inter-personal, religious, financial, academically, socially and those conflicts are based on something happening, cause, which creates a state of conflict, effect, that wasn't planned for or expected.

But, I was underwater — this only a thought.

causality, cause, effect

Profound, very profound... *thinks

  1. , , confirm
  2. that this is my and you
  3. can find out who I am from this
  4. With that said ,
  5. is what I wanted to with you. — and yes, please