Some friends an I were siting around one day and our conversation got deep. The more we talked the deeper it got, until we hit the bottom (or as far
as we can go right now). No matter what question you ask it always comes back to "why?". I started thinking about all of the question words and how
to answer them in their most basic form. What follows is the result. Question: Answer
Who: Us (As you can see it is not "Me" but "Us." Too many people in the world forget this.)
How: This is the goal of science. We, as a species are slowly trying to answer this.
Science defined in terms of "How" and "Why": Science is the search for "How" in the hopes of "Why".
Why: I don't f***ing know. This was the conclusion we came to with why. The only conclusion anyone can really come to regardless of what you think
Haha I knew that was coming eventually. We tried this answer but "why are we here to to say why not?"
It could very well be the answer. If you were an eternal consciousness you would do everything you could think of the pass the eternal moment of
But the truth is we still don't know. The Creator could just be creating to create, but He could also have had a purpose in mind for this particular
creation, different purposes for all creations, none more important than the other, just different.
Your answer to why is not that out of the question.
It's like asking why does my brain hurt when I ask why well because it requires thinking that's why.
Now asking why are we here is another question that begs to finding an answer to, the only problem is, does the why answer going to answer all of the
why's of the world, just like physics is trying to find the one equation that answers all of physics of the world.
The roads are all the same, why you say. Because it just is.
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