To Its Fullest Extent
To an infinite our senses are a window on the world. We can be doing anything, from exciting to boring to big to small. But our senses play a big role on doing all of this.
Occupy Wall Street, also known as OWS is a protest that is trying to help equalize fairness to all, everywhere. When Visiting Zuccotti park my senses activated to its extent. I saw the difference between being inside the park and outside the park. The sound increased after entering the park. The mumbling I heard came from all different parts of the park. And in the end my visit while dodging the people who walked past me I noticed that the people had an uncomfortable time being there, while fighting for themselves, and everyone else, even the people that don't have any interest. Many of the protesters were making noise to spend time, they made commute much more aggravating, and made people complain. They literally had no space for traveling, and unsanitary. The people were endangering themselves by doing what they believe is better. The place was a fire hazard, if a horrific event would of had taken place, many would have had ended injured or worse.
Thanks to our senses, all of each one of those protesters reasons, to do what they were doing. Speaking for themselves, and on behalf of others. Each one of those protesters were, and still trying to open windows to our futures. And the futures of our descenders; the young ones who inherit all. Like many parents who have children, they want the best for there kids, and will do anything for them. This is what the OWS protesters are doing to all of the next generations, therefore they won't be able to go what we went through, and have equal rights and equal say. Today's protesters are the widow experts who fix the windows for tomorrows problems.
As an empiricist believer I believe that this revolution would have had never worked without our senses. The individuals who have questions wouldn't have questions. Our world we call Earth wouldn't be able to function, and without our senses we will probably still be learning that water is good. Which we can extend our senses to it's fullest to open tomorrows windows to the world.