The world we're all currently subject to is full of many unanswered questions.
We all know, deep down, the fire burns to yearn for the truth, cause it is out there.
Or maybe it's not. Maybe the truth can only be found from within, and that this physical experience we are all subject to can only scream at us
through signs and synchronicity, such as "deja vu," or even waking up to a vivid dream that seemed more "real" than this reality.
There's many ways of interpretation for this experience of what we call life. With all due respect, whether "right" or "wrong" it doesn't matter, the
subjective mind stays alive while the objective mind seizes to exist. We can prove this by looking at science and the justice system.
The one "belief" I can proudly say I "believe" in is staying open to any and all information that presents itself to me. This "belief" for me, can do
nothing but expand my existential being. Not to mention, it has the power for me to continue my questioning.
Isn't that what life is all about?
EDIT TO ADD:
For those who have the time, here is a fascinating conversation with Daniel Pinchbeck and Russell Brand feat. Graham Hancock.
If you clicked on this thread, prepare to be entertained and enlightened. Surprisingly, Russell Brand holds it down with these two philosophical
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