posted on Sep, 11 2013 @ 06:06 PM
This thread was very well written. I apologize in advance to all the posters who posted after the OP as I haven't read the replies yet, but I felt I
just had to, HAD to get this to "Heff" before I forgot.
The question "why" (?) is a reactionary response to an unknown 'entity'. I use the term 'entity' because while it may be something non-physical,
in your mind now, it has become an 'entity' that is unknown. At this time, and this time only can we ASK 'why'. So, to more clearly answer your
question as to 'why' we ask 'why', it is because you, as a person, are not convinced that you know 'why', and so, the result is, invariably,
asking the question 'why'.
If that does not make sense to you (and I suspect that is the case), and you are left asking 'why', then I implore you to continue asking, and not
just 'why', but 'how' and 'where (can i find more information' and 'when (did this knowledge come about)' and 'what (is this knowledge
Do not disregard religious texts like the Bible, Qur'an, or the Vedas, Sutras, or anything. This is a notion that is usually the result of a bad
experience with religious people. But, be reminded that religious people are not the religion. Some people are content in asking 'why' and then
getting an answer from somebody else who appears to know what they are talking about. Others are not, but the religious texts can provide insight,
even still, to those who are willing to find it.