Why do we think ' locally'?
Thrilling and fearful is the feeling when one think of this universe in the physical sense of understanding-about the unique Earth , alone in its capacity to carry life.. Despite the seemingly sky rocketing advances of technology , we are not connected to anywhere in the universe and nobody knows nothing perfect out of this bounded world.
Iimagining that extra boost of excitement when a news of " extraterrestrial life" flashes in the newspapers is a fascinating thought.And if that is accompanied by some kind of cultural progress , as we have in Earth, in ‘their’ place, then we may think that man has understood at least something.Otherwise what can he guess in an isolated place of energy fluctuations?
Religious and ideological shelters , make man feel virtually comfortable.But it cannot be ignored that the clash between dogmas sometimes add to our confusions.Sciences can only find out how’ our world ‘ behaves , and how to tap many of its hidden potential.We are a cent percent failure when we watch the world from an ‘outside’ frame of reference. The diversity and amusing progress we see in this planet sometimes make us directionally bewildered . What people need in this world of enigma is ‘freedom’.But whenever we think of acquiring ‘that ‘ freedom , we don’t fail to bind ourselves to those situations from where we desired freedom. Truly an irony! These type of propensities makes us connected but confused.Actually the fear and confusion it evoke make us think like ‘locals ’ leaving all those extraterrestrial and cosmic thoughts .We find comfort when we analyse things in the ' local contexts'.