In a given pathway
The unconditioned is Being itself, and thus cannot demonstrate entirely in any finite entity. Yet every individual is a particular expression of the unconditioned . Rather than being separate from the external world, by focusing on organic, dynamic, and assembled holistic narratives, human beings are integrating into existence.
“Now Nature itself is, according to general consensus, nothing other than the sum total of existence; it would therefore be impossible to view Nature as an unconditioned, if the concealed trace of freedom could not be discovered in the concept of being itself.” – Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
Sometimes the aberrations of life are the most interesting aspects.
“I’m prone to tangential digressions, but I’ve never regretted being remarkably inconsistent: it’s led me to fascinating people and interesting stories.” – Natalie MacLean
Matter of expediency
Aesthetics can access a discriminating domain of experience that penetrates the camouflage of rationality.
“Anyone who has begun to think, places some portion of the world in jeopardy.” – John Dewey
Integrated and interpreted by an active assessment process, duration is a constant succession of presentations, oriented towards refining a comprehension of existence.
“It can be conceived (although it can hardly be imagined) that energy might be saved up, and then expended on varying lines running across a matter not yet solidified.” – Henri Bergson
Actual physical things together with their associated mental ideas, under creative influence, proceed and spring forth collaboratively. It is conceivable that force is infinite in its eternal ebb and flow.
“So long as I myself am identical with Nature, I understand what a living nature is as well as I understand my own life; I apprehend how this universal life of Nature reveals itself in manifold forms, in progressive developments, in gradual approximations to freedom.” – Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
In the course of experiencing nature, the assemblage of events and associated cause and effect succession are interdependent internal and external phenomena. They become actual in our minds only insofar as they themselves follow one another.
“This is the real secret of life — to be completely engaged with what you are doing in the here and now. And instead of calling it work, realize it is play.” – Alan W. Watts
It is delightful when a creative project results in desirable expectations. A new optical journey begins here, with anticipation of warm days featuring dappled sunlight on the horizon.
“The optical glass does not itself see; it is merely an instrument in the hand of a rational being.” – Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
A secondary portal takes on an indexical patina related to duration. In this iteration, an object of physical passage indicates the passage of time via exposure oxidation.
“How a world outside us, how a Nature and with it experience, is possible–these are questions for which we have philosophy to thank; or rather, with these questions philosophy came to be.” – Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
There will be time
A random afternoon on the front porch argues for matter existing as an equilibrium of active forces engaged in dynamic harmony.
“The past should be altered by the present as much as the present is directed by the past.” – T. S. Eliot
Sensation is a biological adaptation to a contextual presentation that suits an organism’s needs. Meanwhile, representations are mediated and constructed signs that stand for a referred object.
“Representation is distinguished in consciousness by the subject from the subject and object, and is referred to both.” – Karl Leonhard Reinhold