The human ego loves the idea of victory because it makes us feel elevated and important. In nature, this might have been useful for survival, thinking that conquering others ensures our well-being. But that perspective is flawed. The reality is that everything in the universe is interconnected. There's no need to conquer or fight; the Earth can support us all if we cooperate and make necessary changes.
We, as humans, are complex beings, trying to figure out our purpose and place in this vast cosmos. Some avoid deep thoughts about it due to practicality or fear, while others may seem ignorant. I don't claim to have all the answers, and I've made my share of mistakes. Writing about philosophy helps me explore my inner self, a part I've hidden from due to past pain and rejection.
My path in life hasn't been traditional, and I don't regret it. Formal education isn't the only route to success and fulfillment. The pursuit of excessive wealth and material possessions often leaves us unfulfilled. Instead, I believe in living virtuously, meditating to find inner peace and tapping into the knowledge already present within my consciousness.
Consciousness is a shared experience, connecting us all to a higher source. The distractions of the physical world make us forget our true nature. Life is a journey of removing these distractions and realizing our oneness with pure consciousness or God. It's a painful yet liberating process that allows the ego to mature and grow.
But surrendering attachments doesn't mean stagnation. We are meant to ponder, solve problems, and create balance in our lives. By embodying this truth, we can pass on the wisdom of compassion to others without clinging to outcomes.
I believe that each person's purpose is to awaken their minds to compassion and share it selflessly. My purpose is to work on my flaws and strive for self-improvement, seeking a path closer to perfection, knowing it's a continuous journey that requires time, faith, and dedication.