Thought to be the creation of mother nature, it was a cave inhabited by wild animals and criminals over the thousands of years. Readings on complex instruments showed an abnormal collection of elements deep within, which led to a full investigation. Leading field experts collected their best students and made it a training expedition, thinking it was only trapped gases or perhaps the morbid remains of the great lizards from before.
Habits are easy to develop if they bring you a sense of comfort. These can be good habits or they can be bad habits. Whether we like it or not, these habits define who we are in some way, to a point where even those close to us can subconsciously recognise them. A shift in character, even so slight, can be spotted almost instantly.
The senses give us a way of appreciating life and suffering from it. Through sight, we can see a threat in all it’s morbid glory, or through feeling, we can feel immense pain. The senses help us identify what is good for us and what is bad for us. Now, let’s suppose we never had any senses. We wouldn’t move, we wouldn’t breathe and it would be only moments before we died. Yet, without senses, how would we know if we were alive in the first place?