Physical existence depends on appearances which guide conscious experience. However, appearances are pointing beyond themselves as objects transcending from the inner world to the outer covering which, for consciousness, becomes the focus of its intentions. As signs and symbols, physical forms, appearances guide consciousness through its experiences and offer a subjective reality constituted of a priori categories of thought and reason; notions that are reflections of a world composed of logic and facts which are mostly presuppositions and axioms shared through history. What is real is the meaninglessness of a causality that, without the world in which it excels and the proponents of its mythical snare, has no place for a consciousness that disdains reflection and marches, without hesitation, toward a future of infinite possibilities.
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