Author Topic: There is but one true philsophical problem  (Read 10679 times)

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August 31, 2014, 10:21:29 AM
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The point of life and existence is important or as meaningful as you want it to be. If you want to to hold no value then so be it and then you might as well just off yourself but if you want it to be full of life and purpose that choice is also up to you. Since, truly there is no point to it all.. except the one you wish to make. Thats just my opinion.

March 13, 2015, 09:05:33 PM
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Life - Existence - Why, How, When, Where - Mysterious - Yet, you exist, you stare at these words that have meanings to explain concepts that were created by another to help you - Why exist? Why not? Both are equally the same - Is it a cycle? - Do we live again? - Do we truly die? - Did we exist before we knew we existed? - Do we exist now and forever will exist after? - Is this a puzzle? - A test? - Are we suppose to answer something? - Is life and death no different than ones and zeros computing, processing, analyzing, re-questioning, testing, repeating, for a purpose?

This gave me an idea.

Goodbye
Comfort of the Lord, comforted by God.
If nothing existed but the Source and the Source - Created everything - Is the Creation from the Source? - If the Creation can behold intelligence - Then does the Source also have intelligence? - After all - The Source was far more than its Creation.