Cords - Have you ever wondered what your life purpose is and if your name shaped who you are today? Before I share my story, I want to know in the comment box below what your name means and your life's journey. ✌💞😘🌜📚🎀🎓🔬🔭📲🌱🌹🌼🌈🍓
A short philosophy by me "we spend alot of time wondering & trying to find the meaning to life, & death. When we grow we are attached to our mothers cord, then we are born and cut from our mothers cord. Throughout life we attached to a body, then when we die we are cut from the astral cord.
What comes after that probably many more cords, attachment is life's reason.
Don't try escape your thoughts & desires be one with them, focus on being human your logical mind need not fathom being anything else, enjoy and appreciate the you now, you have created. The reason we ponder the afterlife is because mystery is exciting. Keep it a mystery."
My NAME Rebecca MEANS to bind, connect. Which lead me to love and connect with others. Which lead me to create a story the girl from our moon who finds out that cords connect us together and can evolve us if we only wake up and feel it.
How many cords do we see in nature, science, music, species, think about it to "connect" is our reason to being alive. Well for me it is!!! 💖🎀🌹🌼💖🍓🌼🌹🌜🌱😇💖😙😘🌜 #connect#love#philosophy#dream#wakeup#philosophicalquotes#name#birthday#positivequotes#nature#writer#writersquotes#story#vegan#wonder#plantbased#loveislove#meaning#spiritual#author#amreading#afterlife#astral#lawofattraction
"...Therefore thought is not the starting-point of thinking, nor deliberation of deliberating. Then what else is, save fortune? It will follow that everything originates from fortune. Or shall we say that there is a certain starting-point outside which there is no other, and that this, merely owing to its being of such and such a nature, can produce a result of such and such a nature? But this is what we are investigating—what is the starting-point of motion in the spirit? The answer then is clear: as in the universe, so there, everything is moved by God; for in a manner the divine element in us is the cause of all our motions. And the starting-point of reason is not reason but something superior to reason. What, then, could be superior even to knowledge and to intellect, except God?"
-Aristotle (Eud. Eth. 8.1248a)
(Image: [Arab] Aristotle introducing astrolabe to his students.)