• Are life and death opposites?

    Like good and evil?
    Like good and evil?
    23 answers · 2 days ago
  • What would your last words be before death?

    Best answer: "That's nice and all, but can you do THIS?"
    Best answer: "That's nice and all, but can you do THIS?"
    137 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can dubious skills be used for good?

    20 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you think white people are less corrupt?

    Best answer: Heavens no. White people are the privileged people; so they are often in power. And you know what they say: "Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely." If anything white people are more corrupt than the less privileged.
    Best answer: Heavens no. White people are the privileged people; so they are often in power. And you know what they say: "Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely." If anything white people are more corrupt than the less privileged.
    10 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Are good and evil very real?

    Best answer: yes I think so
    Best answer: yes I think so
    19 answers · 3 days ago
  • Where do the thoughts in your brain really come from?

    Best answer: My Guardian Angel
    Best answer: My Guardian Angel
    18 answers · 4 days ago
  • Wisdom is easy to have, yes or no?

    Best answer: "Yes or no" format tends to = "controlling personality," perhaps unwillingness to be more than "black and white." If one is dealing in absolute Good and Evil, "black and white" is not a fallacy, but of Life, God, Good. So, if you're comfortable defining... show more
    Best answer: "Yes or no" format tends to = "controlling personality," perhaps unwillingness to be more than "black and white." If one is dealing in absolute Good and Evil, "black and white" is not a fallacy, but of Life, God, Good.

    So, if you're comfortable defining "wisdom" as "wise dominion," such wisdom is "easy" "to have" iff one under-stands dominion as God, the will of God, which is always good. That is wisdom: to accept (or to submit, as some Islamists under-stand) the One Good as Lord over all; that is accepting Mind's Will, aka "holy Wisdom." "Easier" said than lived, in some cases ;-)

    Related: "Understanding Yourself," Mark Prophet; "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures;" "Light Is a Living Spirit;" "Beams from Meher Baba;" "Autobiography of a Yogi."
    9 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Is plato the philosopher permanently dead?

    Best answer: he died thousands of years ago.
    Best answer: he died thousands of years ago.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why is there existence?

    Best answer: AGREED -- great question. Why does anything.. anything at all exist? Why not purely and utterly - NOTHING! This is probably better in the Philosophy section. I think most PRESUME some sorta ordered Universe (including a multiverse) exists and then proceeds from there. This is no doubt what Cosmologists and... show more
    Best answer: AGREED -- great question. Why does anything.. anything at all exist? Why not purely and utterly - NOTHING!
    This is probably better in the Philosophy section.
    I think most PRESUME some sorta ordered Universe (including a multiverse) exists and then proceeds from there.
    This is no doubt what Cosmologists and Pysicists mean when they say "nothing" -- they actually just mean a Universe that already exists but is in a very low state of energy and entropy.

    But when the Philosopher asks "Why something rather than nothing" -- they mean truly nothing -- No laws, no matter, no order, no energy, no multiverse, no dimensions - not any one thing.


    And this is perhaps the most profound question mankind CAN ask. Sadly, many people scuff at this, throw up their hands and say "How can we know!"

    We also can not simply assert that the Universe "always existed" because this question asks "Why?"

    I would end with saying that we should continue to wrestle with this question but as long as we deposit physical explanations, those explanations will need further explanation as to why THEY exist.
    What is needed to end the causal loop is a metaphysical source -- A non-physical source that because it is not physical, doesn't need further explanation.
    50 answers · 7 days ago
  • Was heraclitus a good person?

    6 answers · 16 hours ago
  • I need a mature answer?

    I suddenly feel close to god not the god created by mankind but god ...spirituality humanity or love ...but i feel close to god all of a sudden and i feel secure but its a weird feeling
    I suddenly feel close to god not the god created by mankind but god ...spirituality humanity or love ...but i feel close to god all of a sudden and i feel secure but its a weird feeling
    38 answers · 7 days ago
  • Why is rationality self-evident?

    20 answers · 5 days ago
  • When you see that difficult road do you see it as a road that's going to lead you to your desired destination?

    Best answer: I'm Canadian. Canada's a huge nation with few people. Towns and cities here are literal islands of civilization in a vast sea of primal wilderness. So to my way of being and living, who the hell needs roads? I certainly don't. If the road's rough, I blaze my own trail. If the road's... show more
    Best answer: I'm Canadian. Canada's a huge nation with few people.
    Towns and cities here are literal islands of civilization in a vast sea of primal wilderness.

    So to my way of being and living, who the hell needs roads? I certainly don't.

    If the road's rough, I blaze my own trail.
    If the road's nonexistent, I'll hike, ATV, snowmobile, canoe, dogsled or snowshoe my way where I want to go.
    Or charter a float plane or ski plane to land me on the closet lake and make my own way from there.

    I've had the same attitude in my personal life and career.
    Because there's no such thing as a road that can keep anyone from their desired destination.
    Not in a world where anyone can make their own if only they have the will, courage and perseverance.
    21 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is the future gonna be real later om?

    13 answers · 5 days ago