This is the third book in Orion's trilogy (the first being: Thoughts Concerning Evolution; the second being: Thoughts Concerning Non-Human Animals). In it are a collection of insightful and often provocative thoughts concerning the nature of the universe and the place of humans in it. For example: "Is the universe free or is it determined? Or, is this distinction too simplistic? Habits can become embedded through freedom and then almost approximate being determined!" And: "Perhaps humans can be thought of as the 'head of the universe' (or at least as one of its heads!).
From the Publisher
The purpose of this book is to open you up to possibilities that you might not have considered. These possibilities, when considered, could potentially bear great fruits. Your day-to-day interactions with the world might be based on a set of unquestioned assumptions. These assumptions are likely to result in a restricted view of you, of the universe, and of the relationship between you and the universe. The aim of this book is to expose the unquestioned assumptions; to reveal the possibilities that exist. It is only when one realises that the possibilities exist that one can embrace them.