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  1. Yes, we're all going to die one day anyway. And the point, if you'll excuse the pathos, is what we'll leave behind for this planet and those who will be after us. Each of us can leave something important for ourselves and for others (and this is not necessarily a heroic act or the greatest scientific discovery). Not everyone knows what they can do. Not everyone wants to do this – after all, you will have to strain.

    In the life of every person periodically there is a feeling of loss of meaning (this is me about those who can think, some people do not think about such questions at all). This is called a crisis. Sometimes the crisis is natural, age – related. Sometimes it is a consequence of some external events. Sometimes you don't even know where it's coming from. But it also ends at some point. A new meaning comes to life.

  2. It doesn't make sense. As one philosopher, I don't remember who, said, life is a leap from the vagina to the grave. And everything that you do throughout your life is devalued and loses its essence after your death. And no matter how many footprints you leave, there will no longer be a part of you in those footprints, because you will die. Life in general is a cruel thing. She gave people an awareness of her worthlessness and helplessness, as if she was mocking us. Human life is no better than the life of pigs raised for slaughter, but people are used to elevating it to the heavens and making it a gift from God. Open your eyes, we're all just bags of meat and bones.

  3. There is no death. We live trapped in two dates… Becoming more aware of the grip of time… But there is no death.

    However, there is no life. There is what is. There is that (that, that, those) who is.

    The rest are networks of abstractions that we surround ourselves with. Rarely does anyone manage to break out of these networks. Even after so-called death, we remain immersed in these networks (according to religious and mystical sources).

    It is not necessary to be a follower of any religion to understand the fundamental helplessness of a person in the face of existence.

    But there is something-someone-that makes us live. Eat, laugh, grieve, have children, learn, grow old, die with dignity. To absorb from birth to death the whirlwinds of time, the twists of life's storylines, to feel empathy, to show intolerance and cruelty. Sometimes to be mean, disgusting, even monstrous. Sometimes be holy, brave, sensitive. Be a loser and be successful. Be human and non-human. Just to be.

    We call it life, right?

    Now it is still fashionable to talk about the uniqueness of each life, about its enduring value. But that's bullshit.

    The concept of uniqueness grew out of the concept of impersonality. A particular person is conditionally unique relative to other people. But its uniqueness disappears if you compare it with another species of the same mammals. Each of us is one or another version of the individual of the human race as a whole. Therefore, if you ask about the meaning of our life, then the concept of uniqueness does not help much.

    What difference does it make if your life is different from someone else's? After all, both you and the one who is different (other, others) are people.

    This is a common question of all mankind – what is life and what is its meaning?

    The most interesting thing is that people know the answer to this question. But not everyone admits this to themselves.

    They just forgot themselves. We live without knowing ourselves.

    The meaning of life is not in answering the question about the meaning of life. The meaning of life permeates every moment of our existence. It is also in the answers to the question of the meaning of life and in the lack of answers. It is and it is not. He smiles like a child and cries like an old lady. He plays with a kitten and infects the planet with covid. He heals and kills. He's scary.

    He does not know emotions and at the same time shows through in each of them. There are not only atoms of matter. There are atoms of emotion, atoms of meaning, which then combine into molecules and form semantic configurations of our mind, the material motherboard of which are neurons in the brain.

    The human body itself is a cooled, crystallized configuration of one of the senses, which was once a viscous semantic magma.

    Some experts (prophets, yogis, mystics, saints) talk about the incompleteness of our evolution. Questions about the meaning of life contribute to the translation of our body into a new configuration of meaning, perhaps less crystallized, more plastic, more resistant to environmental influences.

    We live to break out of the grip of two dates-the dates of birth and death. And we, in fact, know this path. Otherwise, you wouldn't be asking these questions.

    The question is to provide the necessary number of semantic electrons for the atom of humanity that is in the process of changing, so that it passes into a new quality, so that it is transformed into a new humanity with a new kind of existence.

    This is the first one. Second , we do not see the way to the meaning of life when our life is clouded by clouds of dirty thoughts, emotions, and actions. The energy of purity is transparent. Therefore, we notice the real beauty of life only in moments of mental transparency, when goosebumps running on the skin confirm the clarity of our state of consciousness. It is in these moments that we realize that we are immersed in the essence of existence from head to toe. It is in these moments that we begin to realize the authenticity (we see the semantic context) of the statement “man is the salt of life”.

    At the same time, it would be a mistake to say that everything depends on awareness.

    The beauty of life does not depend on our abstractions and acts of abstraction. Beauty is extra-subjective and extra-objective. We feel this beauty on our skin when we see the beauty of the actions of any particular person who has done something out of the ordinary outstanding.

    We also see beauty when we suddenly throw our head back into the night sky, filled with starry infinity.

    We live to discover and follow recognized beauty.

    Look for beauty. And it will save you! Just change the emphasis from meaning to beauty. Beauty saves you in your thoughts, deeds, actions, and life. The beauty of the bitterness of defeats as an anticipation of victories. Beauty of ugliness as a retouch of beauty. The beauty of a symphony with a virtuoso orchestration of the details of every sounding note of life.

    The beauty of everyday life and the beauty of the holiday. Learn to look not for meaning, but for beauty.

    Look for beauty and find meaning. This is how Beethoven's symphonies and Michelangelo's sculptures, the Pyramid of Cheops, the moral exploits of St. Francis of Assisi and St. Sergius of Radonezh, Sri Aurobindo and Albert Schweitzer appeared, and the knowledge of Plato, al-Farabi, Leonardo da Vinci, Newton and Schrodinger was extracted and subjected to jewelry cutting. This is how the texts of Dostoevsky, Hemingway, Salinger, and Kawabato appeared, painfully imbued with the beauty of human frailty.

    That's why Steve Jobs was also an apologist for beauty, he knew a lot about beauty. The beauty of technology inspires Elon Musk. The beauty of communication inspires Mark Zuckerberg. The burning beauty of freedom shines even on criminals through the clouds of their criminal permissiveness.

    True beauty is simple. It never requires sacrifice. It is the foundation of ethics and religion, of science and art, of every profession and every field of activity.

    In fact, beauty is the base, the foundation on which the essence, meaning of life and the truth of immortality rest.

    Beauty sometimes plays with us, turning the rough surface of unbalanced events and extra-plot flashes of frightening artillery cannonade. Presents death certificates of relatives and friends. Speaks the language of ultimatums. Everything is so.

    But everything disappears like a mirage if you listen to the music of being.

    To the music of the ocean of existence. To the music of the tides, laws and exceptions to the rules. To the music of meaning.

  4. Why live if it ends? Why be?

    If we have chosen to live, then it is worth finding a real reason.

    No one will tell you this reason, it is not in words. You won't find it with others, it's just yours. It arises through the feeling of life, when you find yourself.

    We don't know the reason for life, because we don't know the answer to the main survey – who we are. When this answer arrives , there will be no more questions.

  5. Of course, all people, each in his own time, go to another world. No one lives in their body forever.

    And what does it turn out, a person has lived his life and everything is the end? Then what is eternal? � � �

    The soul of man is eternal! After all, it is a part of the Creator, who is eternal.� � �

    Why do older people talk: “I don't feel my age”, ” In my heart I'm still a girl (boy)”?

    People's bodies age, but their Souls never do, because they are eternal and always young. � � �

    What is a person born for, then, and what is the point? � � �

    Every thinking person at least once in their life asks themselves the question: “Why do I live? What should I do? What is the meaning of my life?” � � �

    People are not created by chance at all and must understand that everything has its own meaning and its own expediency: a person is not created just to live for a short moment. Human tasks are much more important than living on Earth. It would be too primitive for a human to live such a short life on Earth without having plans for the future. � � �

    Man (his Soul) accumulates wisdom from manifestation to manifestation, develops his own conscious position in the struggle against the temptations of the material world. Each person has their own tasks for each incarnation. And each person needs to go through his own lessons, overcoming sins and vices, for growth, self-improvement of his Soul, for the evolution of consciousness. The essence of these exams for a person is to choose between Good and evil, Love and hate, and in fact – between Light and darkness. � � �

    This choice must be made by a person every moment of his life. The choice is difficult for a person, but depending on this choice, a person's lifestyle develops and the direction of development of his inner world is determined.�

    Choosing Good and Love in life, observing the purity of their thoughts, analyzing their actions, that is, increasing their level of spirituality, a person chooses the path to Light, to God (without intermediaries). Taking material goods as the basis of life: living conditions, the desire for enrichment – lead a person to sins and vices. � � � To make the right choice of your path in life, you need the Knowledge of the Creator.�


    People need the knowledge of the Creator in order to understand all the delusions of material life and the perniciousness of the idea of the finiteness of human existence. � � �

    This Knowledge just tells people that there is a great meaning in human life, because it is eternal, as the universe is eternal, and as the Creator of man and the universe is eternal. �https://doktrina.info/velikij-smysl-sushchestvovaniya-cheloveka/

    There is no need to be afraid of death, there is no death, there is a transition to the Eternal World, from where people periodically come to improve the Spirit, and not to elevate the body. � � �

    Our Planet is only a short stop for man to test and test his capabilities for more serious tasks in Eternity.

  6. The meaning of life is in life itself. The soul wanted to gain experience of being in conditions unknown to it, to learn what Fear is, what Hatred is, what Betrayal is, what Suffering is.

    Everyone prays to God in their own way,

    We all want to go to heaven and we don't want to go to hell,

    Only a wise man who understands the purposes of God,

    He is not afraid of hell's torments and is not happy about paradise.

    Omar Khayyam.

  7. There is no sense in the foundation, just breed, live, eat and die, nothing, if there is an apocalypse then the process will go faster, someday this world will be destroyed, in general, all this is useless, you can go on a trip to the north to open a parashu you will go down in history and die, nothing, everything is useless just people do not want to die because of the instinct of self-preservation

  8. … “suffer” until you die… Everyone has their own degree: someone in comfort, someone in search of themselves, someone in suffering… To whom with relatives, to whom in art, to whom in money with the 7th girl… This is the feeling of life and its true meaning, which consists in achieving the most desirable conditions of existence for yourself, in self-realization and defining goals in accordance with your interests, and until the very end, so that you can stay a happy person for the longest time until death. There is nothing complicated here, especially for the “most lively” – people who do not ask such questions at all, swimming with the general flow… Life is like a movie theater: and how much do you think about why you visit this place every time? Souls come and go – the world is empty, and meaning exists only in our heads.

  9. The point is that when we die, we will be born into a new life. The most important thing is to leave only good things behind so that we can live well in the next life.

  10. Our life is the 'purgatory' of our soul, i.e. we came to this world for self-improvement. I think this is part of the CREATOR's program. And for what purpose?”only he knows.

  11. It doesn't make sense. Life will end anyway.
    If you leave your mark on the future, then soon the future will die or even all beings will come to an end ( this is exactly when it will happen).
    If you live for yourself, then it will still end sometime. It doesn't even make sense that I'm writing this…

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