All that an individual see, hear, touch, taste, smell, think, and that yet to enter into their mind is an experience which is cognizant because of their conscious awareness. What a person is aware of however is not the important thing in the scheme of living, it is how one interpret that which they are aware of that matters. One’s interpretation does not add nor take away from the reality of what they experience, it does however cause one to see through a glass darkly, and makes one forget the purpose of Life is to experience living regardless of what level of understanding one may be on.
Man’s experience is the only thing he can testify to as truth. What another has said, does, or has yet to do does not matter to one’s direct experience. And so all knowledge that is not achieved by actuality of one’s living it, yet believed as a truth, or theory, concept, idea, opinion absorbed because someone else has stated it, means one is in chaos, and confused to the directness of the impression which imbedded itself within the soul of one’s self by their experience.
There is no other purpose for living Life but to experience Life on one’s own terms without imposing one’s self upon another without cause.