Need is the engine behind creation. Need creates the necessary focus from which distinctions can be made. Need remains the primary genesis for action. Desire pulls and pushes, expands and contracts the universe.
Every dimension of space/time harbors its own needs along with its own system of corresponding symbols to interpret and indicate certain energies being-in-motion. We generally describe this force/movement in 3D space/time as emotion. Time is merely an indicator, a marker to better trace a specific yearning brought before consciousness in reference to a need made apparent by means of our own awareness.
Desire in the form of a need creates the requisite impetus necessary for an emergence of the concept of self-awareness found to be instrumental in the realization of consciousness itself. At the center of self-awareness is a calling, a yearning in the form of a desire to experience dimensional fulfillment, completeness and wholeness within the parametric constraints of space/time. This yearning first appears as a feeling that may or may not be supported by the desire to design and/or to bring to fruition a need for balance and harmony. Design allows for the desires of the observer to be experienced by the means and the methods of its own needs and aspirations.
Design allows consciousness to be an observer of its own desires by virtue of experiencing the qualities found to support its own creations.
Detachment makes room for observation. The space and time between differences eventually accounts for the experiences that correspondingly connect them by means of design. Design opens the door to creativity and overrides the concept of linear time by methods that appear seemingly docile within the dimensional constraints of every human experience.
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