It's all completely random. There is 0 context to life if you really think about it. Things we take for granted are actually incredibly bizarre. Like a lamp, for instance. If we lived in a dark universe or if we simply didn't depend on light to live, we would have absolutely no context for what a lamp is. The idea of a lamp would be mind boggling. Then again it would also be a similar experience for someone who had no idea what electricity is. One time I drank a bottle of cough syrup and turned out the lights and closed my eyes. I saw a bunch of things like this - things that I had no context for, so I really can't describe them. But they were clearly things. Maybe they were from the future, or another galaxy across the universe. I just wonder, where did my mind come up with them? Very mysterious.
Try to explain the color red to a blind person.
Try to describe sound to a deaf person using sign language.
Think about the senses we could have, but don't.
Think about what would remain if we didn't have sight, smell, taste, touch, or hearing.
And where do these things occur? What is the medium on which my senses manifest themselves? When I see, there is an image. What is it on?
And earlier today I thought, isn't life as we know it kind of an insanely ridiculous way for nature to achieve a profoundly simple goal? To basically help dissipate energy, as has been done since the beginning of time? That's all it is. 2nd law of thermodynamics told me so. Every process that arises is simply one that will help lower the energy state of the universe. And "I" "need" "to" "get of my" "ass" and "pay" "my rent" "on" "time." Ya know? It's all pretty random.