Life is hardware with software. Hardware without software is dead matter. Hardware with software is living matter. But hardware and software are not two. Software is when hardware softens. When hardware softens to enable self-reflection it becomes software. Software is just self-aware hardware.
Hardware that is aware of self is also aware of other. Life runs on self-other duality: to know other is to know self; to know self is to know other. But, of course, self is other and other is self (since this world knows no true separateness).
Confused? Enlightened? Doesn’t matter as long as this reading served as a neural cleanse of sorts for your mindware. When you started reading this you were mentally at point A. Now you are mentally at point B. Your mind moved on (even if your body hasn’t). It’s always like that: mind rinses itself. What’s next? C for yourself.
Postscript: When lost in flow, find flow to rediscover yourself. Whether it’s from A to B or from B to C or from A to C is irrelevant. No need to get hung up on the informational specifics of the content that flows through your mind. Flow itself is the anchor.
Somov, P. (2011). Mind Rinse. Psych Central. Retrieved on February 13, 2016, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/mindful-living/2011/05/mind-rinse/