Imagine a transparent world were
everything has become invisible. Everything
humans all 6,137,000,000 of us would
be visible, all in movement; wether it be
the beating of a heart or the full body motion of a bungee jump,
are all visible.
Everything else is not.
Everything else includes your clothes, your bodily hair, your dog your
cat, the chair you are sitting in the computer you are looking at the
walls the streets the cars and buses, airplanes, mountains, rivers, oceans,
water, earth, fire, air all invisible.
We humans are the only visual markers in an invisible
world, our world, earth, la terre
mir, Gaia and innomerable other names given to our home. Six billion of
us right now at this very instance are positioned in space,and at this
very instance each and every one of us is moving
from an infine part of ourselves to our whole body in space, Six billion
of us moving together with the turning of
our planet on itself and its long movement
around the sun.
If we were as bright as stars
we would form a vast constellation which would
endlessly change, evolve new stars born as others die, stars in perpetual
movement while others stand still. Millions
of stars clustered together in some places in others
one surrounded by vast amounts of space.
Imagine that in this transparent world we could
be stars. Imagine that from any point
in the world you could look down below your feet and see throught 12,756
km of earth
an see a star, a million stars. If you continued to look around, you could
actually see about
6,137,000,000 stars. 6,137,000,000 human stars. 6,137,000,000 human hearts
Question: If you could hear all 6,137,000,000 human hearts beating at
the same time,what would it sound like?
Now imagine yourself, one of these 6,137,000,000 hearts beating in your
chest,in this transparent world you are translucid
and you can see your heart beating inside you as well as every other human
heart you cross paths with everyday, everywhere you go,
even in a crowd or packed together in the subway,every heart and human
Imagine a transparent world,
of translucid we,
the possibility of our conscious participation in evolution
Despite the superficial cultural and genetic differences that divide humanity,
we are remarkably homogeneous—physically, psychologically, intellectually,
and spiritually. Biologically, we are a single human gene pool, with only
minor local variations. Psychologically, we respond to pleasure and pain
in the same way. Intellectually, we have the same curiosity about our
place in the universe and the same power to discover truth.