Heres a thought: Wouldn't whatever we end up doing or wherever we end up be our goal, even if there is no porpose in doing that/ being there? Or, to put it another way: Is the purpose of no goal still a puropse? Simply by the act of moving forward, are we implying a journey such that a goal is inevitably conjured into being by the very manifestation of the nature of existance itself? Now we can all agree that the nature of existence is in fact a byproduct of one's subjective experience of that existence, right? OK, now, if my experience of your existence rests inside of your subjective experience of this world, is this world in fact the skeleton of my own relative experiential mental subjective construct?
This train of thought just hit me out of nowhere today. Let me know if anything seems sketchy or wrong. All constructive criticisms appreciated.
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