Isn’t this utopia compared to the kind of swimming we do in a pool?
Swimming in a pool is no doubt very energising, refreshing and convenient. It is just this huge tub of water and once we learn to float, we do laps, from one end to another. We wear goggles so that the chlorine in the water do not hurt our eyes when we keep it open under water to ensure we know where we are going and so that we don’t ram into others swimming in the pool. Ten laps later we are satisfied we have done our bit and get out of the pool.
When you really look at it, isn’t this how we live our lives? Just float through it, back and forth? In a constricted pool? Maximum we’d ensure we don’t ram into another person. Are we really satisfied with that?
We have the option of just floating through life mechanically or get into the depths of it meaningfully!
Life is out there people, the choice is ours!