The First Principles of Flow are that we are aware of what we are doing, where we are going, what we are doing, and why we are doing it. We are aware that the decisions we make have consequences, and we accept them as necessary. We are aware that there is an intention behind the decision, and we accept that intention as the result of our thoughts and actions.
It’s pretty simple, really. We are aware that we are doing something, that we are doing it for a reason, and that the decision we are making has a consequence, and that intention is the result of our thoughts and actions. We are aware of the consequences, and that the decision has a purpose, and we accept that purpose as the result of our thoughts and actions.
What we are discussing here is the purpose of our thoughts and actions. We are discussing how and why we think and act so that those thoughts and actions have a purpose. We are not discussing the purpose of our thoughts and actions in a vacuum. We aren’t debating “how did I get here?”.
The purpose of someone’s thinking and actions is to serve a purpose. In this case, Colt Vahn’s purpose is to kill all eight Visionaries and then he goes on to do this all over again and again. The purpose of his actions, on the other hand, is to get back to his old life and the life he had before he got to be a part of the first Deathloop.
The purpose of your actions is what you use them for. While your actions may be serving no purpose at all, your actions may serve a purpose. If your actions were to help the people who need your help, you may help them. If your actions were to harm people, the actions you take may harm people.
The purpose of your actions is to get back to the life you had before you became part of the first Deathloop.
I’m not sure it’s quite as simple as that because my actions may not have been directly beneficial to someone. My actions may have been detrimental to others, but they may not have been directly detrimental to me. This could mean that my actions were not directly beneficial to someone but were beneficial to someone else. I could be doing something that benefited me but not someone else. It could also mean that my actions did not benefit anyone but myself.
What I’m trying to get at is that the actions we take everyday, however small, affect the people around us. One small choice could be detrimental to others, but if we make a lot of different decisions we could all benefit.
The idea of a “micro-choice” is an interesting one. It could be a decision to buy a new phone or computer rather than one that is cheaper or better, but the idea is to take a small step in a direction that could be beneficial to others. We all make choices all the time, but the benefits of those choices are often not realized by the person who makes them. For example, if we decide to stop smoking we might not realize we can stop.
Another example is that we all make decisions about what to buy, where to live, and how much of a mortgage to pay. We all have a lot of options in these areas, but the benefits of any one choice are often not realized until it’s too late.