This year, we have studied the French philosopher Rene Descartes' thoughts on life, this being cogito ergo sum, or "I think therefore I am." I have already written a post about this a few months back, but I want to analyze it further now that I have a better understanding of it. To me, now, this means that if you ever doubt your existence, than you are thinking, and if you are thinking, you exist. This also applies to unconsciousnesss and consciousnesss. When unconscious, you see things through your mind, so you are not actually thinking of what you are seeing. This is because your mind is producing these images and portraying it to yourself. On the other hand, when you are conscious, your brain analyzes what you are looking at. Whilst what you are looking at might not be true, the fact that you are seeing means that your brain is working. Since your brain is at work analyzing the entity you see before you, then you are actually there and you are not unconscious. Thanks to Rene Descartes, and a few other foundational thinkers, there now exists the study of Western notion or reason and science. Cogito ergo sum, or "I think therefore I am," has proven to be very useful in this world, although so basic, it serves a much greater purpose than just the words. As I said in the last analysis of this quote, I will follow it with pride, and do what I care for the most because I could make a difference, just like Rene Descartes. That is my 2nd analysis of cogito ergo sum, and with that, I bid you all farewell.