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I have many thoughts. Most are hard to write down. Many are easier, and some are very easy to write. The things that I have learned by schooling and books are the easiest to communicate--because, for the most part, they are just facts, and lack depth. The thoughts that are hardest to write down are the things that I have learned by experience. Not just the uniformity of work, school, and mundane social interactions--rather, the deep things that can be learned only by looking at the sky, the stars, the dirt, and the beauties of life.   I believe that one of the greatest tragedies of the modern world is that man has, in a multitude of ways, lost touch with reality. We think reality is found in learning, in books, in lectures and experiments, in shows and entertainment, in screens and chatrooms. Certainly, these things hint at reality and can teach us much about it, but nothing can compare to sitting on the ground and watching the sun rise in the morning.   There is someth