The Lemon Gravity of Time

The Lemon Gravity of Time

WARNING : Only for matured adults reading (age above 60 onwards)

Ask yourself:

1. Do you want to be a number in your ancestor thousands of generations?

2. Do you want to be unique person and be counted in future generations?

3. In the past, we do not have the technology to keep track of human, but we do now.


The following views are my own personal opinions from my life experience.
Nothing to do with Religions, Beliefs, Cultures, Science, Races, Countries, Sex. Ethnicity, Nationality and everything in this world.

The Story

Imagine tracing the journey of the human race, a saga spanning six million years since our inception. This narrative unfolds against the backdrop of a world that emerged billions of years ago, a canvas that witnessed the birth and evolution of civilizations over the last 10,000 years.

It was around 6,000 years ago that the first cities sprouted, laying the foundations for structured societies. Amidst this intricate tapestry of human history, a pivotal figure emerged a mere thousand years ago — a man named "Woon."

In this time frame, with an assumed average lifespan of 80 years and the establishment of family lines every quarter-century, one would expect the existence of 40 successive generations of Woon families. Yet, perplexingly, my search only unveiled the details of four generations.

The enigma deepens: What became of the other 36 generations? From whence did they hail, and how did they navigate the currents of existence?

Chapter 1 - The Human Species

Life Cycle
As life began millions of years ago, the human species has evolved with a passion for survival . . .

Chapter 2 - The Human Behavior

The human behavior is divided into two distinct groups . . .

Chapter 3 - The Hope

To help with order in a chaotic world, many great minds have created "Hopes" in our lives to survival . . .

Chapter 4 - Why animals are not shy walking in nude and humans do?

At what time humans changed and began to feel conscious about been nude . . . . . .

Chapter 5 - Circle of Life

If I have known what I know now during my baby time, I could have save 50% of my casual teen time !
I would have used all my time to complete my studies before 12 years old and start exploring the world.
There so many things you could have done and have a full lifetime of achievements . . . . . .

Chapter 6 - End of life

As you approach your end of your human life span, your view of life will change.
You starts to see everything around you with unusual calm . . . .

Chapter 7 - Murphy's Law with way of life

As you thought this is how life goes, a few major events may change your life destiny.
a) A major breakthrough / discovery that extends your human cells to live longer by 30%
b) A technology discovered by combining earth basic elements that produced a life changing experience
c) An alien spaceship landed on Earth tomorrow and brought advance technology that ends "end of life" cycle

Chapter 8 - The Lemon Gravity of Time Drive (our unique soul)

What makes each of us unique is our huge brain of experiences, knowledge and decision rules.
If we separate our body from our mind, we can begin to understand our soul.
Our body is just a platform.
Our mind are divided into two major parts - Memories and decision rules.
What makes us unique is the self-developing decision rules that guide our actions and responses.
We can duplicate our memories into another platform, but once our decision rules are changed, we become a different soul.
If we could do this . . . . . . . . .

Chapter 9 - Words of wisdom for future generations

  • Never quarrel when angry
  • Take a few steps back to cool down
  • Harsh words can be spoken easily, but hard to take back

Chapter 10 - Your final Life Journey

  • Need to find a purpose in life
  • What do you really want to achieve at the end?
  • Finding happiness in remaining part of your life

Chapter 11 - To know your future, you need to know your past

Amazing video in easy summary for understanding how we got here.

This article is work-in-progress . . . .

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The Lemon Gravity of Time