An inquiry of unbeknown leaps of faith over normality
It has been said that normality, or anything that lies beneath any known or familiar situation, causes us harmonious and tuneful feelings of conformity. It applies to a variety of things like our job, our academic education, our daily-life issues and so on. But why should someone give a try and choose a complicated “road” to life to find success? And more importantly, what do we mean by the complexity and by unfamiliarity? How do these terms revolutionize and radicalize our every daily life?
According to The origins of Genome Complexity, M. Kynch and J. Conery, different
schematics of genomic sequences from diverse phylogenetic lineages reveal notable increases in genome complexity from prokaryotes to multicellular eukaryotes. The changes include gradual increases in gene number, resulting from the retention of duplicate genes, and more abrupt increases in the abundance of spliceosomal introns and mobile genetic elements. According to this model, much of the restructuring of eukaryotic genomes was initiated by nonadaptive processes, and this in turn provided novel substrates for the secondary evolution of phenotypic complexity by natural selection. The enormous long-term useful population sizes of prokaryotes may impose a substantial barrier to the development of complex genomes and morphologies. So, that shows us how much—even in molecular level—confined and unpredictable we are to changes and transformations, but more importantly, it shows how much complex is each known structure in the whole cosmos—from life until the boundaries of the universe.
If all humans are dictated under these natural laws of physics—as science confirms to us—why do people fear to embrace the unpredictability of complexity over normality, and why do these terms scare people? It is more of an inquiry rather than a specific question; it is more of a personal matter of ourselves rather than a sharable and discussable one.
This “unpredictability” makes us grumble causing us vexation and annoyance. Humans
anxiously are endeavouring to eschew the “calamity” that the “unpredictable future” holds for us. They will concatenate their bitterness and resentment to rage with anything that dethrones their omnipotence and ubiquity of their “normality”; they consider “change” as a hazardous choice, as an adversary of themselves. Also, people castigate and denigrate “change” deterring themselves for very daring to think of an unpredictable path in their lives.
Choosing firmly “normality,” people cannot usually exonerate themselves from their faults.
When something unpredictable happens, they are being unable to confront any frontier amid agony and distress they experience which results in succumbing to their fate. Their blatant and flagrant disregard for choosing the harsh “path” of complexity has resulted in the condition of despair they are.
So, there is a proposal; there is an alternative. We shall assume that we all can afford to be
on the verge of change in our lives, however unpredictable something may seem. Change can be brought by unknown leaps of faiths and by showing fidelity to your prudent and considerate beliefs.
So, as T.S. Eliot used to say insinuatingly, “For forever, is a summation of infinite nows.”