You will always find the old in the new ....... not unless you are prepared to completely deny history that things usually carry with them when they evolve. My argument is that if nature did not allow things to evlove and carry their histories with them, and share common elements of those histories, it would be impossible for things, especially life forms such as the humans, to co-exist in the first place. So, the logic is that if things or living beings can co-exist, then there must be something naturally agreeing between them. Chaos may very well exist, but in the end the laws of nature does not permit careless disagreement of co-existing entities.quddusaliquddus said:Is there any practice, belief, value, etc ... in human history (recorded that is) that has remained constant throughout the ages? Is there nothing we can agree on?
If no, then does it mean that no matter what we agree in the future - there can never be a claim of total universality (of the 'thing' - i.e. belief, practice, value)?
Lastly - am i making any sense? :tongue:
In terms of the humans, this is even more decisive because even when we delude ourselves that we are different and disagreeing and then start to claim superiority upon others and fight all these wars that we have done for thousands of years, nature laughingly returns us to our original agreeing state of being. Nature always does!