I was just outside looking up at the stars. It got me to thinking. Everyone in the world has good and bad things going on in their lives. All of this is pretty insignificant when compared to the vastness of our universe or even just the world. Not that an individual's problems aren't important but in comparison to other things going on they are easily conquered with the right solution. (Though with our current manner of society those solutions don't always come or come easy. What I don't get is why as a fairly advanced race we still sit around creating problems for each other instead of working together on solving the mysteries around us. There is so much unexplained, undiscovered in our oceans, skies, space, everywhere around us we can find something that we can't 100% explain. Even electricity which has been around for so long and we use it fairly well is still mostly a theory when you get down to the basics. If the world's population would stop wasting effort and energy at hating each other for our differences and take even 25% of that effort towards solving some common humanity problems, I bet we would make some pretty powerful strides in accomplishing just that. Happiness, joy, sharing, caring are so much better than hate, sadness, fear and discontent. I can only hope that small tweaks can create big changes down the line. (a tweak out of a ted talk can't remember the speaker at moment).