Your feet are so interesting! There’s a lot to say about that, but I’ll try to keep this fairly brief. It’s interesting that you have feet. Perhaps they serve no purpose, but our bodies are so designed that they’re just there. What is it like to have feet?
First, I want to talk about how we experience our bodies in general. What is the human body? I’m sure you’re aware of some interesting facts about it. Let’s imagine that there are two types of bodies: human and non-human. Human bodies have a certain type of consciousness, whereas the non-human body does not. Now, imagine that we have a human body and non-human body. Let’s say the bodies are identical in every way except consciousness.
Indeed, metatarsalgia is the condition of pain in the ball of foot. This has been a subject of much study and controversy for many years. In the past, metatarsalgia has been attributed to a wide variety of causes including injury, trauma, and degeneration of bone or soft tissue. Treatment options include rest and ice therapy. However, recent research has indicated that metatarsalgia may be one of several manifestations of a more general condition called plantar fasciitis. This is an inflammation caused by excessive strain on the ligament that runs along the bottom surface of your foot. Treatment may include padding the foot to relieve pressure, stretching exercises, and physical therapy. Because metatarsalgia and plantar fasciitis often occur together, it is important to treat both conditions for the best result. As with most forms of arthritis, prevention involves a regimen of stretching exercises.
You said that humans are all equal, but it is clear to me that they are not. It seems to me this is a matter of opinion and belief rather than fact. I see no reason why people should be considered ‘equal’. They seem quite unequal in my eyes. This does not mean that I am advocating inequality, but there are some people who are clearly more intelligent than others and they should be the ones leading humanity. This is just simple fact and it makes sense to me. I’m not sure where you are going with this, but I see that some people seem to be more equal than others. As for your ‘fairness’ argument, there is no such thing as fairness in nature or life. As for your ‘pursuit of happiness’, I see no reason why people should have the right to be happy. This is a strange concept that only serves to create more conflict in my eyes.
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I see a man, standing on top of the mountain. He is happy and content with his life, never questioning what he does. Once in a while he looks at his feet (the topic says so), but doesn’t mind them much.
He travels every day and never gets tired of it. He has not yet realized how beautiful the world is, neither does he understand why people travel to different places in attempts to discover new things,
He looks at his feet every now and then, but he does not do it with a purpose. Quite the opposite, quite often people like him don’t even know why they look at their own feet,
But I see his feet getting more and more tired every day. His step is slower than it was yesterday, he puts too much pressure on the ball of his foot,
He has a huge amount of energy inside him, yet he keeps it all locked up. He doesn’t know why, but he is afraid to show any emotions,
He doesn’t know what a great person he is, and how much potential lays inside of him.
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It is my belief that pain serves no purpose in human society. It is a more or less random side effect of the universe, which has evolved to have its own purposes.
Let me explain. One of the most fundamental concepts in human society is a species-wide goal to cooperate with each other and work together towards common goals, for example to sustain life on earth.
A species-wide goal is a central part of human society, and it serves the purpose to differentiate humans from other creatures. It makes us special.
However, such a goal also makes us weaker as individuals. Our ability to cooperate with each other makes it hard for humans to survive on their own.
For example, our species-wide goal of sustaining life on earth makes it hard to adapt to other planets. As a result, humans have not yet been able to colonize any other planet than the one they live on.
Humans might have been able to survive as a species without the aid of their planet, but they are not strong enough individually.
Overcoming pain, and its variations (overcoming sadness, overcoming loneliness), is a form of sublimation. In our case – humans – it serves to protect us against the dangers of facing reality as it is. It’s not so much an attempt at changing reality itself but rather a protection from the terror and despair that comes with understanding one’s life in all its facets.
Humans are capable of dealing with the suffering that comes with confronting reality in this way, and therefore they can deal with things as they really are.
The chief characteristic of humans is that they are capable of developing emotional bonds with others. Emotional bonds protect us from the terror and despair we face when confronting reality. However, there is a dark side to this as well.
Emotional bonds give us a strong sense of belonging and security, but the price we pay is alienation from others. This tendency is further strengthened by our sexual urges.
At the core of our sexual urges lies an aspiration to seek pleasure, and this is coupled with a strong fear of loneliness. This means that we will develop especially close emotional bonds in order to ensure pleasure and avoid being left alone.
In short, the drive to procreate is a powerful force in human society. It’s what creates families and communities.