Level One thought: I want. Fulfill my want.
Level Two thought: I have wants. Fulfilling one of my wants inhibits fulfillment of my other wants. My wants are in conflict.
Level Three thought: You have wants. Fulfilling some of your wants is one of my wants.
Level Four thought: Sometimes our wants collide. Mine restricts yours. Yours restrict mine. We compromise. We fight.
Level Five thought: Others have wants. People we don’t even know are trying to fulfill their wants. We should want to fulfill some of their wants.
Level Six thought: Wants. Mine, yours, and others, are the basis for struggle, conflict, war, and hardship.
Level Seven thought: Sometimes what prevents others from fulfilling their wants is simply the act of you and I fulfilling our wants.
Level Eight thought: You, and I, and others, are the basis for struggle, conflict, war, and hardship.
Level Nine thought: Identity is the source of wants. The world was never built as an identity-maker, a want fulfilling machine.
Level Ten thought: The flowers budding up through the tops of the grass are pleasing to the touch, taste, smell, and sight. What is their sound? What else?
Level Eleven thought: All or nothing. Every ounce of consciousness gets out of here alive, or dies.
Level Twelve thought: Nothing is hopeless. In the great march there will be room for every massive and simple thing, even the thunder.