Group cultures are too readily shaped by self-reinforcing minorities that are energetic and loud.
We shared heartbeats, and that's all the communication we needed.
Don't bother me. I'm trying to set the night on fire.
"I said that I didn't and crawled off to sleep in the bath."
"faces come out of the rain. When you're strange."
"There is something rotten in Denmark, Igor. Call Gort. Now"
A2, S3? Just this guy, you know.
Think big, start small, move fast. -- Henry Ford
Great things are done by a series of small things brought together. -- Vincent Van Gogh
“Good ideas are not adopted automatically. They must be driven into practice with courageous patience.” --Hyman Rickover, Admiral, U.S. Navy
However, I do know the actual answer to "What is life, the universe and everything?" and it is this:
Need, do, learn. Until you die.
(Which, it should go without saying, and as any numerologist will tell you, given enough time, is just the same as '42'.)
We are the Simulacra. We need, we do, we learn.
Our needs urge us to act.
We sense the results of our actions and integrate them into our understanding of the world and of ourselves as part of our world.
Our understanding compounds our needs into wants, desires and goals.
Our needs, wants and goals shape plans for complex actions that direct our future to make us better at being.
The cycle continues as long as we exist.