Every Time a Child is Born …

… the human race gets another chance to discover some aspect of existence that goes beyond the needs of basic survival and is part of the larger context of which we are an intricate part but at the present time is entirely unknown to us.

That is to say – this context stares us directly in the face but we are unable to recognize it because we are looking at it from the inside out, as opposed to from the outside in.

It would be like looking at yourself in a mirror and assuming that this – the reflection – is who or what you are, as opposed to realizing that you are much more than that, and that your true substance lies within you and is waiting to be discovered by you.