Day 4 out of the days I will try to write continuously

Questions that haunt me.

Frankly, I do not have much to write today. Instead, I will let you in on some questions my mind already had and has been coming up with.

For the questions I have, I know there are answers or an attempt to an answer. I know they will help me gain clarity, yet I am dissatisfied. Opinions and views shall be understood from my quest, but I do not know what it will do for my belief system.

Some will be answered, and some will plague me for eternity.

  1. Why did God create us to have emotions and what did God intend us to do with it? 
  2. Why did the universe have to exist? 
  3. Is Manifestation just another way of asking God for your dreams to come true?
  4. What reality are we living in? 
  5. Am I in a coma and the life that I am living has all happened? 
  6. Are we all in someone else’s dream? 
  7. What are my dreams trying to tell me? 
  8. Will there ever be a machine that can capture my dreams, so that when I wake up, I can hook myself onto it and then continue the dream?
  9. If I do something out of the ordinary, does the universe know and change its course of time or did it plan my unexpected move all along?
  10. How can I ease the guilt of my wrong doings I have done in the past?
  11. When we hear certain songs, why do we only play that on loop because nothing else can match it?
  12. Who else is listening to or watching the same thing as I in this world right now?
  13. What are other people doing at this very moment?
  14. Why do good people suffer the most and not the bad ones?
  15. Why do bad people have it easier than the good people?
  16. Who has the authority to kill a person and how is it justified? 
  17. Where do the dead go? Is there a heaven or a hell?
  18. The strangers in my dreams, do I know them from a past life, are they faces I have seen in the streets or are they my doing?
  19. Do I believe in signs? Are certain signs indicating that odds and the evens of my life?
  20. If there are alternate realities, am I there in each one of them? What am I doing in them?
  21. Will there be a next life? 
  22. When I see my own self from another body or from mine, will I be able to recognize her? Can I recognize my own self?
  23. If we don’t meet the people we know now, what would have happened in our lives? 
  24. Is everything meant to be, or do we take charge? To what limit, do we own control of everything in our life?

How will I know?

3 thoughts on “Day 4 out of the days I will try to write continuously

  1. 1. I guess to test out how emotions can affect rational thinking. Emotions, perhaps, change the relevancy of rational thinking. If we see someone in pain – we try helping them out rather than calculating the possibility of danger that hurt the person in the first place. Factually, irrational thinking. In society, rational thinking.
    2. Depend on the definition of the universe to you! If you think of it as a really big society then it was probably invented to start a process of collaboration. If you think of it as a celestial body then I’m not sure.
    3. Manifestation is another way of asking yourself to make your dreams. or rather aspirations, to come true. God might have little to nothing to do with it.
    4. Multiple ones that are all disconnected by minute differences in the internal and external environment. It seems bleak to worry about another one.
    5. Probably not in a coma. We have a sense of time and space. Actions have implications.
    6. Could be. But, disassociating from your own life could be harmful. Very meta.
    7. Your unfulfilled desires that have not found an ego ideal.
    8. There could be with biotechnology. Scientists are working on accessing memories and deleting them. It’s a starting point.
    9. It could be planned because of the butterfly effect. But essentially, you do what you think of. Or, you do what your latent conditions provide for.
    10. You can’t and shouldn’t. But living to see a better version of yourself is the most important. Read, relate, correct and move along.
    11. Heuristics
    12. Multiple people. We aren’t as unique as we are led to believe.
    13. Everyone is trying to finish the day before they sleep and give their body and brain rest.
    14. Good people suffer the most because they have a strong sense of right and wrong. They can not only identify bad actions towards others but also themselves. So, they constantly find themselves getting hurt. Moreover, good people somehow become synonymous in accommodating every new belief. The clash between constantly trying to be good and newer definitions of being good cause turmoil mentally,
    15. Because they have short-term goal making. To them regret is so delayed that it doesn’t matter what the repercussions are of their actions.
    16. Anybody. Greater good theory.
    17. The dead get disintegrated into the earth. Their souls are nothing but the moral conscience built by the brain so when the brain stops so does the concept of the soul. There is no hell or heaven.
    18. Reconstructions of either the worst or best facial features your eyes have gazed upon in real life. More than often people in dreams don’t have faces.
    19. It is unclear how signs can help you. The only useful sign to believe in is your gut feeling. Because even though irrational, it is shaped by what you were going to do anyway.
    20. If there are then yes you are in all of them. Different forms perhaps. Reference – Rick and Morty haha
    21. Probably not. More importantly, it doesn’t matter. Us existing in time and space doesn’t allow us do-overs.
    22. You can. If you have the capability of identifying in someone else, everyone does btw, then you can identify yourself. Even if it takes times.
    23. You would have met other people that would have differently shaped who you are right now.
    24. Interesting question. Quoting author Andre Aciman (book – Find Me) – Basically, we don’t know how to think of time, because time doesn’t really understand time the way we do, because time couldn’t care less what we think of time, because time is just a wobbly, unreliable metaphor for how we think about life. Because ultimately it isn’t time that is wrong for us or we for time. It may be life itself that is wrong.

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  2. 1. I guess to test out how emotions can affect rational thinking. Emotions, perhaps, change the relevancy of rational thinking. If we see someone in pain – we try helping them out rather than calculating the possibility of danger that hurt the person in the first place. Factually, irrational thinking. In society, rational thinking.
    2. Depend on the definition of the universe to you! If you think of it as a really big society then it was probably invented to start a process of collaboration. If you think of it as a celestial body then I’m not sure.
    3. Manifestation is another way of asking yourself to make your dreams. or rather aspirations, to come true. God might have little to nothing to do with it.
    4. Multiple ones that are all disconnected by minute differences in the internal and external environment. It seems bleak to worry about another one.
    5. Probably not in a coma. We have a sense of time and space. Actions have implications.
    6. Could be. But, disassociating from your own life could be harmful. Very meta.
    7. Your unfulfilled desires that have not found an ego ideal.
    8. There could be with biotechnology. Scientists are working on accessing memories and deleting them. It’s a starting point.
    9. It could be planned because of the butterfly effect. But essentially, you do what you think of. Or, you do what your latent conditions provide for.
    10. You can’t and shouldn’t. But living to see a better version of yourself is the most important. Read, relate, correct and move along.
    11. Heuristics
    12. Multiple people. We aren’t as unique as we are led to believe.
    13. Everyone is trying to finish the day before they sleep and give their body and brain rest.
    14. Good people suffer the most because they have a strong sense of right and wrong. They can not only identify bad actions towards others but also themselves. So, they constantly find themselves getting hurt. Moreover, good people somehow become synonymous in accommodating every new belief. The clash between constantly trying to be good and newer definitions of being good cause turmoil mentally,
    15. Because they have short-term goal making. To them regret is so delayed that it doesn’t matter what the repercussions are of their actions.
    16. Anybody. Greater good theory.
    17. The dead get disintegrated into the earth. Their souls are nothing but the moral conscience built by the brain so when the brain stops so does the concept of the soul. There is no hell or heaven.
    18. Reconstructions of either the worst or best facial features your eyes have gazed upon in real life. More than often people in dreams don’t have faces.
    19. It is unclear how signs can help you. The only useful sign to believe in is your gut feeling. Because even though irrational, it is shaped by what you were going to do anyway.
    20. If there are then yes you are in all of them. Different forms perhaps. Reference – Rick and Morty haha
    21. Probably not. More importantly, it doesn’t matter. Us existing in time and space doesn’t allow us do-overs.
    22. You can. If you have the capability of identifying in someone else, everyone does btw, then you can identify yourself. Even if it takes times.
    23. You would have met other people that would have differently shaped who you are right now.
    24. Interesting question. Quoting author Andre Aciman (book – Find Me) – Basically, we don’t know how to think of time, because time doesn’t really understand time the way we do, because time couldn’t care less what we think of time, because time is just a wobbly, unreliable metaphor for how we think about life. Because ultimately it isn’t time that is wrong for us or we for time. It may be life itself that is wrong.

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