Imagine yourself a child looking at a holographic picture. What do you see there? An ugly witch? Turn the picture a bit, and now what do you see? A beautiful flower? Actually, both the witch and the flower exist in the holographic picture, we just observe them from a different angle or perspective and recreate images as we see them in our mind. If we see life as a multilayered and multifaceted hologram – it means that we accept that life manifests holographically out of light by thought.
On any given day, there are nearly 437,500 youth in the foster care system in the United States. Of the thousands of youth who enter the system each year, most arrive with little more than the clothes on their backs. If they have any personal belongings, many carry them in trash bags. It is a time of great upheaval and instability, and their first foster home placement is unlikely to be their last. Many youth in foster care will be moved from home to home multiple times, carrying their life’s treasures in a trash bag.
Subjective experience must inform physics and philosophy, but it should be assessed carefully.