The discovery is a completely personal matter. There are discoveries that have consequences on our environment, family and society, but there are also personal discoveries.
And these little personal discoveries are of particular value, precisely because they concern our personal and individual lives. Everyone from a young age is invited to discover the world around us, to discover the world within us, to communicate with others our personal successes, to manage our little discoveries; discoveries about emotions, momentum, our intentions, our plans for the future and more. There is in ourselves a mechanism established since our birth, and this mechanism leads us and encourages us to move on to our discoveries; first the discovery of ourselves and later to discover the world, to interpret the behavior of the world, to discover ways of dealing with our everyday problems.
And this mechanism that we have since birth is powerful, it lasts as long as our earthly life, and as long as we cultivate it and keep it in good working condition, it yields fruit, first thirty, then sixty, then one hundred and finally there’s no more fruit.
And of course, this mechanism does not only work for the discovery of the world and solutions to everyday problems, but it also works in overcoming, searching, approaching, understanding and knowing our creator.