The question is, “Where did you get the idea of a chair?” Fine, I will rephrase the question. How do you know a chair is indeed a chair? Okay, I will then articulate it to a better one. How on earth that you know that this thing is this thing? How do you know that the sun is the sun? a bridge is a bridge? a dog is a dog? Why do you believe that the moon is the moon, and not a book or a building?
Because you have a brain.
It is said that the brain is the most chuwariwap body part of a man. It controls the muscles. It causes the secretions of bodily chemicals releasing hormones. It compiles memory data. It is the reason why we think. It is free will. And in spite of all effort by humanity in the field of science, much about how the brain works remains a mystery.
But if I crack open your skull.. what will I see? Blood, brain tissues, a lump of meat. If I rip open your chest and cut your heart into two, what is there to surprise me?
Will I be able to find that one thing, that one thing having a distinct existence?
Will I be able to see your mind? Or your soul.
So I have to ask this one more time, where did you get the idea of a chair?