If one assumes that "the nature of knowledge is fractal: The closer you get, the more you'll find", it is no surprise that anything one sufficiently becomes aware of (thinks, feels), serendipitously appears more and more all around us: Think of that unique idea or desire you've been privately developing for weeks, when suddenly you discover that countless fully fleshed out manifestations of it already exist in the world. Confirmation bias? I have my doubts. In a reality with no real boundary between individuals and past-present-future, where everything is generated at the speed of awareness, a central question is what is worth while doing at all. Faced with an infinite ocean of possibilities, shifting from "doing" to "being" is a useful strategy to prevent succumbing to nihilism and insanity. Simply focus on relaxing, the rest will take care of it self.