The problem of the egg and the chicken is the classic paradox of idealism, generating a dualism of extremes. Extremes are like an egg and a chicken. You will never tell which of them was the first, you only see the egg of evil grow into the good hen that lays the eggs of evil.
Pompous roosters and peacocks make mistakes and lie much more often than their high status allows... The pride of the roosters blinds them, right in one thing they can easily be mistaken in everything else.
A tit in the hands of a crane in the sky does not interfere. Catch the available, dream of the impossible. The crane will not go anywhere, it is a goal stretched in time, and the tit must be grabbed before it flies away.
First you give birth to an idea, then you hatch it for a long time around the clock... Then you cackle like a chicken, run around and try to feed the chickens, picking up a grain here and there. I am glad that the chickens are Autonomous and look for food themselves, you just need to bring them to the right place. I am not happy that many will become food themselves.
Which came first – the chicken or the egg? One idea gave birth to another, the second grew and gave birth to a third. Over time, ideas hang down and evolve. The very first idea was very simple, the very last idea will also be the beginning.
Here comes an interesting conclusion about one-moment existence of everything and every thing. Everything - the Universe, time and space exist in a single close moment, inside which there already exists its relative time, like a point in a system of coordinates.
In essence, the understanding of this mechanism helps to understand the concept of an endless point inside which there exists a huge Universe… The question is only in the effectiveness of codes in the energy of information about its structure…
I don't like the word «tomorrow» as I like to enjoy life right now.
Tomorrow may never come while today is what we have. Tomorrow is a pigeon on the roof while today is a sparrow in the hand. Perhaps, one part of me will appreciate the sparrow in the hand while the other part will dream of the pigeon on the roof. However, I don't have naive hopes. My dream pigeon is not a necessity but rather a nice bonus that I may get or not.
The more useful and beautiful (including novelty) a result is, the more success it will bring. However, the problem is that big results are the children of big goals and it takes a lot of time and efforts to fulfil big goals. That's why those who hunt for cranes in the bush at first seem to be less successful than titmouse hunters.
It is naive to think that a hen can raise an eagle, hens usually raise roosters and chickens. But there are two exceptions: cuckoo and ugly duckling. There was no hope for the duckling, and the cuckoo had great hopes.
When a woman sees an immature and weak man, she instinctively feels attracted to him, because at the level of the subconscious feels that if you warm the chicken with your love, it can grow into a great cock.
Man in fear lives under the power of chance. Trying to earn money, a person wants to achieve freedom and become independent. One forgets that wealth is also ruled by chance. The distance between prosperity and poverty is so small that it can be covered in an instant.
Depression is a special case of dementia, a situation where thoughts are locked in the egg and nothing penetrates outside. Options save two. First-the chicken can warm the eggs with love and second - need incoming meaningful information. Well help audiobooks on philosophy and personal growth.
When you drink much water and eat salty food, you should also eat something to remove salt and water from your organism. Sodium accumulates water. In order to get rid of excess water, you should get rid of sodium. Sodium can be removed with potassium and potassium – with sweets. It means that chips, a hamburger and a coke is, paradoxically, rather a healthy meal.