Don’t you find the experience profound when you enter a building that is silent — a church, a mosque, a synagogue, or even a museum? This quiet summons something in the inner recesses of our being, doesn’t it? I believe that in this hushed environment lies the answers to the three fundamental questions of life: “Who am I?” “What is my mission?” and “Where will I go when I leave this mortal plane — when I die?”閱讀全文 Quiet
I find long-distance travel to be an extremely interesting phenomenon. When we read tales of the past, we of often shocked and yet enamored with just how long a journey used to take. When Magellan’s expedition first traversed the globe, it took an almost indescribable amount of time, from 1519 to 1522 – three years — and it cost Magellan his life and the lives of most of his crew.閱讀全文 Loneliness as knowledge
Most colorful, interesting people have many positive qualities; you’ll find they usually have the following in common: They are curious; they love to discover new ideas, places, people, and interests. They are expressive; they’re not scared to speak their minds and express themselves well. They take initiative; they don’t sit around waiting for permission to do what they want to do, and they like to try new things. (1)閱讀全文 Do you have color in your life?
You awaken poorly: another day, dull and confused. It is raining outside — bleak and wet. The day feels portentous. You are suddenly beset with the existential questions of life: how do I find the path that is rumored to be in front of me – how do I uncover my life mission?閱讀全文 Not every day is a good day
Why should I believe in anything, really? This is such a cynical time that just posing this question creates conflict. But, it is not something that can be easily dismissed, for obfuscation only leads to more confusion later in life. This is a fundamental query that all thoughtful people are subjected to. We are all exposed to the cruelty of existence. How can I make sense of the chaos?閱讀全文 Why should I believe?