Who are we, where do we come from, how did we end up on Earth? These are only a few of the eternal questions that have stirred the curiosity of mankind from ancient times. It is said that the more people were closer to the beginnings of the Universe, the closer they were to the truth, and by implication, the easier it was to distinguish the mysteries surrounding them, and the more we advance in the future, the more we are moving away from the truth and it will be harder for us to find out the answer to many questions that will come, even the basic questions.

Taking into account the latest advancements in science and technology, we can hope for a greater understanding of the mysterious world that surrounds us. Of course, there is the possibility of realizing that the more we know, the less we know. Surely it’s much better to know than not to know.

I remember a theatre play called “Waiting for Godot”. The play features two male friends waiting for the third one called Godot. The problem is that they are waiting and he does not come, and they wait and wait … practically at infinity, but they do not even leave. There are times in which we feel like playing in a play, but the scene is bigger and you cannot choose the character. A play in which all come and go unceasingly. Similar to the improvisation actor, in which you need to give an answer on the spot, depending on the situation.

Human nature has always tried to open new paths for knowledge, to overcome its limits, and to go where no one has ever been. So let’s get out of the comfort zone, step into uncertainty and know an infinity without frontiers.



Ciprian Rotaru