Ownership is a peculiar thing. Just because no one else is there can hardly mean that no one else is there ... and that therefore (if no one is there) laying claim is somehow warranted or credible or without its snapback, collateral damage.
What does it mean when a man or woman announces, "I discovered it.".
Chrome Hill, taken in the Peak District, Derbyshire, won the Living the View award
Photograph: Martin Birks/PA
This is also why Buddhism is that special as a lack of a religion. If one is keen on some jihadist heaven, the Gautama Buddha says that we all are either going to hell or destined a lifetime of suffering. If one is keen on some eternal heaven, the Gautama Buddha says that we all again are neither going to heaven nor is there a heaven that is eternal. If one is keen on some divine being in charge, the Gautama Buddha says that we all again are without a fixed entity known as a 'self' likewise there is also no fixed authority that is in charge.ReplyDelete
Thusly, ownership indeed! What ownership? Who owns the 'what' in a 'what'?