Why do you ask all these questions?

Most days you just do your stuff and don't worry too much about why things happen - and then from one moment to the next you wonder- why am I here? Why am I doing all this? You see yourself sitting there and doing your job only to realize that you have no real reason to do all this - beyond "it needs to be done".

Most days you just do your stuff and don't worry too much about why things happen - and then from one moment to the next you wonder- why am I here? Why am I doing all this? You see yourself sitting there and doing your job only to realize that you have no real reason to do all this - beyond "it needs to be done".

This is the moment when you need to step outside into the open, look up and realize that you're standing on a reasonably-sized planet that keeps you there so you don't float away – as above you there is nothing. Well some air, atmosphere, clouds, but nothing solid that stos you from floating away into outer space - next stop is the Andromeda Nebula.

Unless of course you bump against one of the rings of Saturn on your way. It's going to be somewhat of a long journey - 2.6 million years drive time even at the speed of light according to Waze - traffic congestion not included.