Exists everywhere in the universe

June 1st 2011
How do humans understand nature, and how do they experience it? To them, the earth, the sun and the stars are not really alive, much less intelligent; they alone in the universe possess intelligence. But if there was no intelligence anywhere else, how did it find its way into their brain? Or, let’s suppose human beings created their own intelligence – you would be tempted to ask them, ‘Then, why are you so silly and so clueless? Since you are the only source of intelligence, why didn’t you give yourself a little more of it, and of better quality?’ In fact, the intelligence that manifests in part in the human brain exists everywhere in the universe. And it is humans themselves, in their ignorance, who are placing limits on their own understanding by seeing everything around them as dead.