The Philosophy of Meaninglessness
When you look at what’s required for existence to happen, it couldn’t have been easy. Of course, we live in a pretty simple dimension. Perhaps it would be easier from the more complicated dimension that we are projected from.
We don’t appreciate any of this. We pass it off as a size thing and simplify infinity assuming that there is an outside. Hey, we don’t know what all the “insides” are. Reality goes off in more ways that we can follow.
We were lucky with discovering the gravity of dark matter, not that we can follow it. It’s possible that there could be other aspects of reality hidden and unnoticed but maybe important or even accessible. We’re babes in the woods.
We want to be smart, but don’t want to know better. The idea of an intended universe threatens we materialists with meaningful possibilities, so we excuse the impossibility of existence by embracing the idea of a multi-verse of zillions of infinities, so a special one is bound to happen every so often. No big deal. Of course, this idea requires the most presumption that is theoretically possible to assume. But we need it. It’s our only option to a likely intended universe, where we’re not the smartest and know humility over hubris.
We should appreciate that our power is in the metaphysical, in thought, communication and humanity.
And we should celebrate and try to comprehend existence before we try to extend what we don’t know.