What is God's will? What should we do to understand it? Is there such a thing as God's will on earth and in heaven? Asking these questions could lead us to these fundamental inquiries: Why is there anything at all?Why is there something rather than nothing? Seeking what we hypothetically call "God's will" as something … Continue reading What Wilt Thou Have Me To Do?
What is the earliest memory you can recall? Your experience weeks ago seems clear. So does years ago, even decades ago. Digging into it as early as possible, can you reach the earliest one in your life? Usually, that is the inception of your consciousness. I can barely recall one cloudy afternoon, walking with my … Continue reading Live Forever
There are the Six Realms for reality. In this Buddhist cosmic view, every sentient being is born, dead, and reborn, repeating the cycle of birth and death endlessly, called Samsāra. Nobody can get out of this cycle unless one gets enlightened, leaping to the state of Nirvāna. In the Fourth Noble Truths, life is suffering … Continue reading The Six Realms of Samsāra
There are three types of existence. When you see a stone in front of you, for example, would you think that this stone can exist even two hundred years from now on? Perhaps, it can. But then, this thought doesn't bother you so much. How about a person you don't know? Any human being can't, … Continue reading Existential Anxiety
Reflecting on our contributions to this world, and life in general, the questions we commonly ask ourselves would be like: What do we do?What do we have? In the same way, we ask people around to know more about them. What do you do? What do you have? Our curiosity about humans is also on … Continue reading Contributions to Life