The thing about needs
Not only is nothing not divisible, it also can not be used to divide or separate.
But does nothing exist? Is nothing a fact? Can it exist inside human consciousness? Can something that can not exist be a fact?
And do we really understand what we understand our understanding to be?
Fact is, fact is just a concept of something that cannot exist because of the nature of human consciousness. Human consciousness requires interpretation, even if it is only the assignment of meaninglessness.
A fact can only be something that is beyond interpretation.
Therefor, facts can only exist outside of human consciousness. Inside human consciousness, there are no facts.
And that’s a fact.
Humans do have free will, but we mostly do not use it.
If you want to exercise free will, you have to go outside human consciousness. Free will doesn’t exist within human consciousness.
The fact that we can conceive of things like facts and free will—things that can not exist within human consciousness—is one of the ironies which human consciousness has in abundance.
You have to change your mind to include mindfulness of consciousness greater than human consciousness. Changing your mind is expanding your awareness. It’s built in. Every time you change your mind, you are expanding your awareness. That’s what changing your mind is, expanding your awareness.
Each time you change your mind, you are beginning again from a new point of view.
People resist changing their minds because they detest beginning over and over when beginning over and over is the process of life. It can not be resisted. It is necessary. It is a real need.
Understanding needs is something we have put off for far too long.
We have no idea about what humans need, especially collectively.
The only way to really understand human needs is get outside human consciousness.
We can’t change someone else, we can only change ourselves.
That means changing your mind.