What a great question! When I think about all the things that are going on in my life right now, I can’t help but wonder if I’m “on autopilot” as well. I also have to wonder if I’m the only one who ever has. And that’s a very good question.
How can you not be on autopilot? How could you not be on autopilot? You can’t see the future because you haven’t had enough time to figure out the future. The only way you can know for sure is to experience it. Because you can’t predict the future, you can’t really stop it or control it. But you can control when you experience it because you know when it’s coming.
This is why the “Gitmo” videos are so crazy. People are talking about the future, but they aren’t actually experiencing it. People are talking about the future, but they never actually experience it. They never actually experience the future at all. They just see what is on the screen, like the “Gitmo” videos, and they go on and on about it.
Some people don’t even realize what is going to happen until it happens. In my opinion, the only way to avoid bad outcomes is to stay aware of the future. When you are, you can control what is happening and avoid it. But when you are not, you can control what will happen and prevent it from happening.
While I disagree with some of the things they say in the videos, I think that they are just making it all up. For example, in their new video they say “if we get into the future, the whole thing will be destroyed and we will be gone.” This is a statement that I believe they are making up. If you look at the history of the universe, the most violent things have always happened when people werent aware that they were in the future.
Some believe that the entire universe is a matter of pure chance, that there is no meaning to events in our own existence, that nothing is purposeful, and that any action we take in life is just random. This, they say, is the “giant leap” that defines our existence from moment to moment. I believe that this view of life is just that, a view, and that you are not responsible for anything that happens in your life.
The other view is the “everything happens for a reason” theory. That is, if you had faith in a higher power, you wouldn’t have any reason to believe that certain events are necessary. If you are not 100% certain that you have a purpose, then you have no reason to act. A common example of this is the belief that every time you have sex you get pregnant.
This is a great example that illustrates how we all have different reasons to act and different reasons to not act. We all have our own rules of thumb. You don’t need to be 100% positive that you have a purpose, but there’s no reason to think that every time you have sex you will get pregnant! The problem is that when we believe we have a purpose we tend to act on it.
People who believe they have a purpose tend to act on it. When we believe that we have a reason, we tend to act on it. And when we act on it, we tend to get pregnant. You can apply this principle to your sex life too. When you believe that you have a reason to be sexually active, you will be more likely to have sex. If you believe you have a reason to be sexually active, you will be more likely to have sex.
But don’t blame yourself for having sex. Yes, you’re doing the thing that you have a reason to do. But if you’re not, then you’re doing it for a reason that you don’t have. So when it comes to sex, your desire to have sex is your reason. You’re doing what you believe has a reason.