When we look around us, we see everything obvious, but in the obvious we see, is it the right one? Thousands of people saw the Apple fall, but only Newton asked "Why"? but did he get an answer? NO.
One day grandfather called his grandson,
Newton never discovered Gravity, he simply renamed the phenomenon of the apple falling down as gravity, he then went ahead of adding maths to it but in doing so, he missed out the main question, Why does the apple fall? Generations later people still see the apple fall, they simply say, 'hey its gravity,' but do they get the answer?
You know its gravity, I know its gravity, how does the planet know about gravity?
Human race has progressed for the last millennium, but have we really progressed? Has the human brain learned to think? Had the Wright brothers knew the obvious answer that everything falls, would they build a airplane?
Look around you, we have obvious answers for everything, but our mind has been programmed to think the obvious. The mistakes that have been made by the generations get repeated again and again. This linear thinking brings us to a boring and monotonous life with no room for innovation.
This little post just to stop you from thinking and start imagining.
“Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.”