How climbing Kilimanjaro can effect you mentally. read below to understand.
Suppose that a a hiker is sitting in the Machame village with Kilimanjaro in front of them ; we all know that Kilimanjaro exists in space and in time, but what does that mean? Could it be said, for example, that space is like an invisible three-dimensional grid in which the mountain known as Kilimanjaro is positioned? Suppose Kilimanjaro, and all physical objects in the universe, were removed from existence entirely. Would space as an “invisible grid” still exist? Surely it would not, because without Kilimanjaro, “space” would be meaningless because space is the framework upon which we understand how climbing Kilimanjaro is maybe achievable for most hikers. Just maybe, as the complex beings that wannabee Kilimanjaro hikers are, who always define themselves through parameters, perceive time only as a result of memory. Climbers of Kilimanjaro or any other big mountain for that matter, remember what ‘was’ compared to what is’ now’. If they had zero memory, they could not detect time – they would exist only for the moment. The result of this is their apparent perception of time always going forward. Now what would happen if we thought of climbing Kilimanjaro in the future without a memory, would our perception of time that does not exist go backward, resulting in the perception of’ then’ with the now as a variable. That must be it. What most climbers on Kilimanjaro do is activate their future zoning’ instruments and project themselves into next week Friday. However, in most cases,only half of the hikers arrive. Most hikers on Kilimanjaro forget to leave a message for Dave in Finance which results in the other half of them dividing into another half of that half which resulted in the remaining halves dividing into further halves of themselves until there are only two halves left. The two halves that are left get stolen by the winner of the 43rd national chin ching cha championships held in Venice. The ambitious Kilimanjaro champion tries to halve the remaining half which halved into nothing. As there was nothing left, none of what just happened transpired as there was nothing left to prove otherwise. Now as the great scientist Dixi Normus proved, nothing is equal to Kilimanjaro, which means Kilimanjaro must be climbed. This really caused a problem as there was once a man from Tucket who liked to collect a bucket and write poems. Now old man Tucket owned a viscous thing for protection. One day he was watering his bag of ping-pong balls when the thing lifted its leg and urinated onto his prized ping-pongs. Tucket who was highly upset, screamed ‘NO THING’. The universe who had just come back from holiday misinterpreted the plea as nothing and not ‘NO THING’ which caused the consequence of the cause to be effected in reverse resulting in Kilimanjaro happening with nothing there. For practical purposes, time for Kilimanjaro begins from when the mountain comes into existence and ends when that Kilimanjaro ceases to exist in the form of a mountain. If Kilimanjaro’s existence in time was in the future, then Kilimanjaro’s existence might appear to be a four-dimensional mountain. However, to the third-dimensional climber, time seems like a straight line going into the past with a sharp turn to the left at the Shira camp on Kilimanjaro. Both are correct from a climbers point of reference. A four dimensional mountain like Kilimanjaro could traverse this time continuum simply by going from point x34.4 to the accounts department to over there. The obvious reason being that a climber can perceive that dimension. Dave from finance can’t