The future is not far away. It’s definitely not close. It’s there. But, I’m not sure about finding the future in humans. I recall the last meeting with my psychology professor, I asked Mr. Alberto, What is the most spellbinding thing you know about the earth? He laughed, and replied in a single word, “Humans”. It sounded so baseless and clichéd. Little did I realize then, But, the one thing he told me about seemed more complicated, interesting and questionable now. Humans, as we know, understand, talk to, communicate with, are the most dazing and ephemeral things. Psychology, the study about behavior and mind, embracing all aspects of conscious and unconscious experience as well as thought, seemed like an expression that’s there but, that’s not quite there! The element of tomorrow is the most terminal aspect to look at it. With the scope of importance to technology and social outlook, we hardly take the moment to think about the present. This very moment. Everyday is constantly put into abode (here, an act of waiting) to find absolutely nothing.
Your present is tomorrow’s future in humans. The later we put things to, the lesser we understand. The sooner we get things done with, the more time we have, to live the moment. To talk to people, To think about others, To create a community, To dream, is to achieve. Our time here, is so crucial and the decisions we take, creates the future of who we are. As a team, an individual, a kid with dreams, and a visionary with a path. We can create the most beautiful tomorrow. A future with roots seeping through the most unyielding and resistant elements to create a future in Humans. The theories that we learn, the practical system that’s in place is a perfect symphony of a mediocre oxymoron. Make the change. Be the change. See the change.
“Half our life is spent trying to find something to do with the time we have rushed through life trying to save.”
― Yale Richmond,
The future lies within. Within your very self. The characterisation and storyline are purely fictional. Please correct my grammar if I’m wrong. It’s feels good to be back!