Flowers.

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When flowers reached Australia: University of Melbourne research has established when and where flowering plants first took a foothold. New research has revealed that Australia’s oldest flowering plants are 126 million years old and may have resembled modern magnolias, buttercups and laurels. (1)

An empty continent.

With no flowers.

Full with life.

But void of any beauty.

You could say that this is a dead cosmos.

But it is the only one worth being alive.

For there is nothing better than having flowers.

And that is wanting them!

Look at the desert.

Can you smell the flowers?

Philosophical snapshot: Words… Words… Words…

Philosophers wonder about what existence is.

Philosophers try to find out the meaning of being.

Different words.

Entangled in huge conversations.

The theme of endless research.

But what if our thoughts are trapped inside a cave (cafe) we created?

What if we created these notions as we created these words?

Existence…

Being…

Are they different?

Who said these words mean anything in the first place?

The one who uttered them first wanted to say something he or she felt at that moment.

Said something.

Tried to communicate that to someone else.

And from that moment we have been wandering ever since.

(What do you mean?)

Oh, had she not say anything.

And just hold his hand…

This is deep…

A child passing next to a shallow pond of water at the edge of the street…

“This must be very deep”, it says to its parents as they walk together.

“You cannot see the bottom of it”, it says.

And I smiled as we walked.

Not at the child.

But at the arrogance of humans.

Who believe all those problems they have are so ‘deep’. Only because they cannot see the bottom of them.

Oh, stupid human.

How can you reach to an answer…

If the question was never there?

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