If we look at the concept of reality from the broadest perspective and use motion as our frame of reference one thing jumps out at us very soon thereafter. We exist on a planet that is rotating wobbly on its own axis while, at the same time, rotating elliptically around the Sun, while at the same time, both the Sun and Earth are making an elliptical journey through space within our galaxy, The Milky Way, while at the same time our galaxy is adrift through the larger expanse of space in an ill defined universe. That's four separate but distinct non-volitional motions we are caught up in simultaneously while we are also moving about volitionally on the surface of our own world. That is equivalent to four additional separate realities within which we are busy maintaining our individual grips on our sanity. Now that is keeping it real. And, I might add, each of these separate but distinct motions are in different directions...at the same time.
Unfortunately this, and numerous additional examples, demonstrate a wide disparity between our perceived reality from the way our actual reality looks and works. Even within the scientific community there exists a wide disparity as evidenced in the many disciplines and sub-disciplines, each focused on its own unique aspect of that greater universal reality within which we all live.
What appears to be missing is a unifying narrative capable of weaving together all the many theories across all disciplines into a single coherent and robust description of what we know the most about reality as our scientific method has revealed to date. A narrative that brings out the genuine "Real" of reality from the quantum to the farthest reaches of our known universe. A narrative that does so in a language such that even the most illiterate among us can relate.
This is not to be construed as an attack on philosophy. If anything this is a humble iteration of the power of philosophy proper in its unique ability to deliver both the accomplishments and the challenges that our sciences have and have yet to embrace in our quest to continue what appears to be a never ending saga. Is there a gap? Why is there a gap? And on which side of the aisle does it originate?
Take a second look at the first paragraph in this expansion of the question. Can those motions be expressed in math in such a way that they communicate the same breadth and scope of movements in the macros of our reality such that everyone can feel as small as I do when attempting a comprehension of such motion on such a scale? Even if there is included in that everyone many who can barely add and divide?
How, where and when does philosophy step in and bring such awe inspiring relationships between us and our reality together wherein every single one of us can share in that same experience?