This is the final article I will write for the Statesman, and I have decided to use this final opportunity to talk about a few things that have been on my mind for a while. 

Some of these things have perplexed me for some time, but others are relatively new in my mind. However, they are all rather interesting, and as usually they are arcane.

Something that I realized several years ago is that for many people like myself, working with their clones, or alternate versions of yourself from other dimensions and parallels would be a nightmare and a mess, rather than an unstoppable force of self. 

This is because we would all want to achieve our goals for ourselves rather than for another version of us. 

There is only one simple solution to this problem, and that would be to create an arrangement where everyone helps each one in turn, with the help of a lottery system, to achieve their goals for themselves. 

This would only work if we are discussing alternate versions, creating clones would probably be a bad idea, and none of them would be like you since their life experiences would all be somewhat different.

I have also pondered why real life is never as fun or interesting as portrayed in the movies. It could be, but it just isn’t. 

Of course, there are some cases where real life is much stranger and more interesting, but we are choosing to ignore this exception. 

This is particularly apparent in the realm of crime, where there is nothing that lives up to the level of what is seen on TV. 

This is a good thing, as it shows that most of the smart and capable individuals in our world choose to make a consistent paycheck rather than do dangerous and illegal things as it is too risky.

It is also a rather strange fact that no one cares about things that are everyone’s problems. 

This is in part due to the idea that people in groups do less work individually, as they expect the rest of the group to pick up the slack, a phenomenon called social loafing. 

It is also because people will look at a particular aspect of a problem, point out that they had nothing to do with causing that particular problem, continue with the fact that the responsible parties have done nothing to remedy the issue, and conclude that they should do nothing about the problems they caused as well. 

This type of behavior is one of the many things that will likely doom us as a species.

Everyone and I do mean everyone, makes mistakes.

Therefore, no matter how smart you are and how rarely you err, you must go out of your way to solve other people’s problems, because if you don’t, when you inevitably make a mistake, you will have created a net negative presence on the world as other people have to go out of their way to fix the problem that you created.

If enough people guessed when I will die, one of them would be correct, but nobody knows which one. 

The answer too many things are known, we just haven’t found out yet. Also, the unlikely will inevitably happen. 

These two factors combined mean that we are rarely prepared for many of the things that happen to us, because we don’t think that it is worth preparing for unlikely things, but inevitably, one of these unlikely scenarios will play out, and you will be unprepared.

It will soon be possible to create a Virtual Heaven that would be tailored to each person’s preferences and that they could stay in for as long as they desired. I wonder how many people would be willing to leave the real world for one that would be exactly as they wanted.

In the end, there are a few things that I want to say before I go. Everyone, accept others for who they are, and not who you want them to be, or who you can make them. 

Accept the beliefs of others and treat others how they want to be treated. 

Think for yourself and achieve your own goals and the things that make you happy. 

Try to see how you fit into the larger picture of the world, and try to make it a better place through your living. 

Remember, life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.