We are a serpent eating our own tail, finding a non-existent answer.
Under our framework of human experience and logic, assuming infinitely good technology, there’s no way to sustain infinite happiness or satisfaction.
Biology dictates homeostasis.
Mathematics gives us a framework for quantifying change through calculus.
Economics illustrates the marginal benefit and the economic cycle, offering an analytical and qualitative approach to study change in human behavior at the margin.
Physics entails entropy.
The notes of music are meaningless without structure and change.
History examines the same mistakes of mankind.
Politics depicts a spectrum derived from value judgments.
Philosophy is the premise for meddling with paradoxes.
The ebb and flow of the moon, the order and chaos of our world.
From dawn to dusk, we are just an entity in between. We are on our own insignificant, infinitesimally fragile. Yet together we are infinity, above and beyond.
Human experience is the progressive continuum of trying to kill Hydra of Lerna, finding an explanation for a question raises more questions, and by extension an infinite regress ensues. Either way, we humans have collectively come a long way in this endless loop of self creation and self destruction.