Sunday, April 04, 2010
I find that almost every question or dilemma has a simple solution, but most of us end up asking the wrong questions.
We ask ourselves all too often:
Why are we here?
Where's the prove that God exists?
Can we create anti-matter?
I think we should be asking:
OK, I'm here. Now what do I do to make my being here worthwhile?
What have I done to prove that humanity exists? (I mean, why think about God when we lose track of how to be humane?)
What did I do to preserve the Earth? (Antimatter paradoxically creates matter or something like that. Don't get me wrong, I love science and development, but what's the use of it if the world we live in is being destroyed everyday by a thousand thoughtless acts?
All the hypothetical questions friends keep throwing at me is taking it's toll, so do excuse the occasional philosophical thought, ya?
I'll be back to normal blogging in a while - I hope :)