A two-dimensional squirrel is looped in a three-dimensional wheel. Its wheel is limitless and the squirrel, as long as it is two-dimensional, cannot escape from it. For a two-dimensional squirrel to escape from a three-dimensional wheel, it needs another dimension and wings, then it can fly away...
You're also locked in the wheel so that you can't get released from the endless circle? Wherever you may go, you always go back? Does life seem to be a maze without an exit? Well, you're not lonely. The hamster who got stuck also likes to step on the same rake. No one knows whether it's possible to save him but they say that the unity of belief, hope and love can work miracles.
I originally wrote the book "Variothoughts" for myself and my children. I lived like a blind man in the dark, on the very edge of a precipice, in perpetual fear of falling into it. My only desire was to run away from fear, but wherever I ran, the abyss followed me like a shadow. I tried to grow, I wanted to grow, but I couldn't grow a millimeter. I was weak, stupid, unlucky, and like a squirrel in a wheel that, whatever it did, always stayed in one place. I had no money, no prospects, no happiness, no friends... I had nothing but endless mistakes, suffering, and a million problems, each of which required answers and solutions. 12 years ago, I was extremely tired of this situation and began to think about how to deal with it. The result of this work of thought were 48 thousand texts contained in the books" Variothoughts".
Order is said to require attention. That’s true. However, the truth is, fortuity will never give up and, no matter how much you check, there will be mistakes. However, if you check 7 times, you may reduce the number of mistakes. A hamster runs in its wheel with a view to carefully checking everything and minimizing the likelihood of mistakes and fortuities.
The squirrel in a wheel is the offended squirrel on which carry water. She is hurt, she runs away, put up with her, she runs back and carries water. If she wants to get off the wheel, she gets hurt again.
You think I lumber the branch I'm sitting on because I'm a fool? Totally not. I'm just tired of sitting on it; everything aches, it's cold, legs are numb, oh and I'm not a crow or a squirrel. I'd like to fall from it and break my neck… or not to break, but to survive and finally, run away from this damn tree.
All you need to know is gathered in one place. You have a chance to gain time if you read this book. The earlier you reach the integrity of reasoning and become one, the earlier you will be able to start doing your job and to achieve good results. Otherwise, you risk running for a long time (maybe, your entire life) like a hamster in its wheel, without any progress or profit.
To Have something, you need to do something, but before you do, you need to find materiality, you need to Be, you need to become a unit from scratch, from the illusion to become a reality, otherwise you will be like a squirrel, running in the wheel of your own illusions.
It is very important to Be one, because as long as you are zero, whatever you do, nothing will happen. Zero is immaterial illusion, like a squirrel, you can endlessly running in its wheel without any benefit. The book you hold in your hands will help you to materialize and become a unit.
Be this means materialize, then your thought can change the real world, and you will have access to the energy and resources of the outside world. Sound philosophy will allow you to become a successful, happy person and get access to money.
The squirrel runs in the wheel of fear. She either runs from fear, or turns and runs after him to fight... To get out of the wheel, you need to be humble with fear. Fear its need come to love and then wheel will stop, freeing his prisoner.
Order tends to organise chaos and chain it. But chaos craves for freedom. And freedom is a sensible awareness for chaos. This is that very perpetual motion that makes the sun shine. Chaos is endlessly various as it's a god of novelty. It figures out many ways to escape order. While order is aimed at perfection. Chains, cages and walls constructed by order become more and more perfect.
I can even imagine that sly order uses the desire of chaos for escape as a hamster in a wheel to spin it and produce electricity.
In the great scheme of the Universe we see two things. On the one hand, stars are formed while on the other hand, they are destroyed, but… it's not that important. But the most important thing is the very black inkblot of the Universe, that very chaos that expands endlessly. It never stops. The Universe expands and its edges are stormy with chaos while the centre is filled with old galaxies full of stars. We may only suppose that Order is some kind of virus that needs chaos to feed on it and use it as a material of construction. Perhaps, Order itself can get its GOAL only after having got the chaos DNA that has novelty and energy.
So who will win in this struggle? - Nobody. The essence of this struggle is in the moving forward and if something wins, the moving will stop and it will be the end of the world.
The squirrel in the wheel is fixated on the shape of things. Her wheel is a metaphor for formality and complete misunderstanding of the essence of things. Fixated on the external squirrel does not understand the essence and purpose of things.