Very often we question existence when things don’t happen the way we want them to. When someone realizes there is no answer (trying to find solid proof) to why we are here they lose their meaning to live. It’s really stupid to go beyond 5 why’s to any question! The answer is simply I don’t know, it’s not easy to be cool with the idea of not knowing what’s going to happen, but we don’t have a choice, if we think we have found an answer, we are probably fooling ourselves. And it is dangerous to fool ourselves like that, because such answers are something we believe in. We don’t keep it ourselves, we tell others if they don’t agree and they see the gaps in our answer we start imposing it on them. For example religion! It’s been ruining us for centuries now! But, belief is important too, as long as we don’t fool ourselves and others with it.
For me the enormity of possibilities makes me believe that there is a reason to which I am here. And whenever I experience compassion and love out of the most unexpected corners of life I find new reasons to live.
I’m not stuck with the idea, it breaks and it forms again. I just let it happen.
That is the point, to be able to reason and then ridicule it!