|The problem with reducing everything with a rational
scientific explanation is that life might seem to loose its
mystery. In spite of what people might say, even the most
agnostic among us, actually believes in something, even if it
just in themselves. As children, we start to learn by asking
questions. How many parents are driven almost round the bend
by their offspring asking,|
So why is it that as
we grow older, we seem to become content to accept whatever we
are taught, simply because it is easy to accept the status
Religion has in the past and still today, caused more
political disasters than any other single aspect of our lives.
Somehow, we all manage to confuse what we believe with a
personal ego. It is this ego that makes it possible for
extreme views to be carried over into actions that are totally
out of context and more damaging than most nightmares. If we
cannot look back at history and learn, history will (and does)
The one question that is often asked but
never answered without some religious predjudice is "Why are
Let's make that more personal,... "Why am I
Ask yourself that question every time you wake
up,.... yes, you do actually know the answer, it's just that
the answer is not easy to live with, given the way we are
taught that life is all about winning. It isn't. If winning is
everything, somebody ends up controlling everything at the
expense of everybody else.
That first law of physics that
states, energy cannot be created nor destroyed, brings every
being in the world together as one entity. We all have the
same basic chemical and DNA makeup; we are not separated by
race, religion, appearance or any other aspect that we put so
much importance on. We are totally equal, we arrive with
nothing, we leave only with our experiences, hopefully
At the beginning and end of our lives,
the question is the same,
"How did I get here?"
first answer is simply that you were born as a result of
creative instinct,.... the second answer will be derived from
whatever you choose to do with your life.
Did you create or destroy?
Did you live in the world, or
did you live off it?
Did you give or take?
If all the energy that was life itself, continues after the
mechanics of material has ceased to exist, there is a lot of
free energy that has all of the structure of life's experience
contained within it.
Call it what you like, you cannot get
away from the simple scientific fact that life's energy
continues for infinity. If the same applies to the whole
universe, it is an infinite amount of intelect of which we are
all a small example,... small but potentially identical. We
have a choice.
Whatever you do with this life will affect
all life in the future, so, before you dismiss this theory,
"Why am I here?"
(Come to think of it, why did you read
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