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 Thus commons of nature cannot be observed, interpreted,​ imagined, implemented to create new objects for human use, without labour power. And thus in the process, as civilization we collaborate to open up the doors of discovery which are just waiting for to be opened up. The more the labour power is used for common necessity the more the number of doors is opened up, to see further and understand how nature works. With more view into nature, we unlearn the things we assumed in the past, and thus laws and principles in the past become either a special case or just to be discarded as they no longer hold for the reality and truth. Thus commons of nature cannot be observed, interpreted,​ imagined, implemented to create new objects for human use, without labour power. And thus in the process, as civilization we collaborate to open up the doors of discovery which are just waiting for to be opened up. The more the labour power is used for common necessity the more the number of doors is opened up, to see further and understand how nature works. With more view into nature, we unlearn the things we assumed in the past, and thus laws and principles in the past become either a special case or just to be discarded as they no longer hold for the reality and truth.
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 One can easily imagine a sphere, where each of its cells are closed by several doors. And each of these doors can only be opened to observe the nature further from that particular view point. How much labour we contribute towards commoning the knowledge determines how much number of doors we can open and how far we can see. Ideally the sphere must be covered by another sphere of similar characteristics. The moment we open up almost all of the doors is the moment we better understand the nature, and marks the threshold of leap, to just further encounter the next sphere. We liberate ourselves from ignorance through collaborative labour contribution. And the outcome of the collaborative labour must always contributed back to the material commons and knowledge commons, that acts as the key for progression. Else we are doomed as a civilization. One can easily imagine a sphere, where each of its cells are closed by several doors. And each of these doors can only be opened to observe the nature further from that particular view point. How much labour we contribute towards commoning the knowledge determines how much number of doors we can open and how far we can see. Ideally the sphere must be covered by another sphere of similar characteristics. The moment we open up almost all of the doors is the moment we better understand the nature, and marks the threshold of leap, to just further encounter the next sphere. We liberate ourselves from ignorance through collaborative labour contribution. And the outcome of the collaborative labour must always contributed back to the material commons and knowledge commons, that acts as the key for progression. Else we are doomed as a civilization.
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 This spherical view of nature, first humbles the individual as well as the whole society to accept and agree to the shadows of ignorance which we always live in. On the other hand, this ignorance, our necessities inspires us to open its doors as much as possible to imagine our future, what opportunities are possible, in order to understand ourself or the nature itself. This spherical view of nature, first humbles the individual as well as the whole society to accept and agree to the shadows of ignorance which we always live in. On the other hand, this ignorance, our necessities inspires us to open its doors as much as possible to imagine our future, what opportunities are possible, in order to understand ourself or the nature itself.
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 +However this form of imagination is only for convenience,​ and just to create a understanding about the constant action we do for progression. Even though this kind of interpretation kicks a monotonic way of human life, it allows further exploration in innumerable ways that has its own view of nature and helps create more exciting things, and thus marks no end in path for innovation.
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