The mind saw the progressing nature of time, marching forward; old relics falling, replaced by shiny new technology, new ideas and streams of consciousnesses. The message being broadcast from every angle in this new world was the same, although coloured slightly differently. The same angular message from the old world declaring that if the thoughts don’t change, however new things look, they remain the same.
The mind pondered as it wandered, wondering how things ever managed to move forward in the past… then realised this was the problem. Looking back holds the mind back – to move forward, the mind needs to look forward.
Slowly, the mind opened to bright lights on the horizon. New impulses were coming into view. The mind realised the paradigm it caused itself and shifted it accordingly, waiting and preparing for the greatness it now knew lay ahead.