When you dance, do your senses tingle and take a chance?
Do you think there is one way of feeling the world around you?
I wonder if everyone feels the exact same thing when they are touched by a human, or hurt by a fall. Or if instead there are little differences in all our physical experiences
Do you think people experience different kinds of joy when they burst into laughter? Or are tears of joy the same in everyone?
It’s hard to say, don’t you think? Our felt experiences are a combination of inner subjectivity and the objective world we inhabit. Our conscience is comprised of the dual relationship between the objective and the subjective. But how great of a degree does the subjective play into our experience, in that the subjective differentiates each individuals participation in the world? Or is our felt experience largely identical by way of objective consistencies in literal objects around us?
What do you think?