The Human Constant.

I was imagining how the first hominids ( or whatever we’re calling now our early human ancestors) probably reacted when the first person or family group decided to build a structure instead of just living in Holes that were already there, or the trees or burrowing under ground or something…

Their neighbors were probably screaming at them:

“what are you doing ruining a perfectly good tree!? Oh my God the whole forest is going to be destroyed ! it’s the end of the world!”


I imagine when the world actually ends, when we actually do die as a species or a creature or whatever, that we wont have the slightest foresight of anticipation about what it was.

Author: landzek

My name is Lance Kair, a philosopher, a counselor and a musician who is being questioned.

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