“A cycle of aimless drifting, wandering, or mundane existence”

In an undefined post-pandemic wandering, we watch ourselves shuffle like leaves deeper into the abyss of our consciousness in search of inspiration. Is our meaning derived from within or from our creations? Or is it the matter we are made from? What is our matter and what is matter? What kind of matter comes from the cycles of death and rebirth?

Saṃsāra is proposed as a question, not a lecture. Whilst its origins are from Sanskrit, there are parallels to the Arabic word, استثمار//“Istismar”, referencing resourcefulness.

Imagine the ideas of birth from death and regeneration. Everything dies and decays, but decay brings life to another
“A cycle of aimless drifting, wandering, or mundane existence”

In an undefined post-pandemic wandering, we watch ourselves shuffle like leaves deeper into the abyss of our consciousness in search of inspiration. Is our meaning derived from within or from our creations? Or is it the matter we are made from? What is our matter and what is matter? What kind of matter comes from the cycles of death and rebirth?

Saṃsāra is proposed as a question, not a lecture. Whilst its origins are from Sanskrit, there are parallels to the Arabic word, استثمار//“Istismar”, referencing resourcefulness.

Imagine the ideas of birth from death and regeneration. Everything dies and decays, but decay brings life to another
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