All this philosophy can be a costly endeavor. Learning Taoism and stoicism within the same week can drain your resources. Philosophy has its place, but it's crucial to use our minds and think critically. Without doing so, we won't adapt to the challenges presented by the natural world. Therefore, philosophy is valuable only if it helps us find logical reasoning for our actions and strengthens our character.
In this chapter of my life, detaching from material possessions makes sense. I have enough, and now I seek wealth in my mind and a profound sense of time and urgency without overwhelming myself. I must transform all this philosophy into a lifestyle and actionable plans. When I delve into the vastness of the cosmos, I must consider how I can apply that knowledge practically, such as exploring the depths of my own mind, consciousness, and personal struggles. This understanding grants me a glimpse of the immense scope and scale of this vast universe.
Interestingly, contemplating the depth and scale of the universe reminds me of its divine and pure consciousness. Whatever I am made of, it will eventually merge back into that consciousness, even though some parts of me may be lost. However, these particles and fragments may benefit humanity in the immediate moment, influencing the course of events on Earth. Yet, in the grand scheme of the universe, our significance remains relatively insignificant.