Shahid
Lv 7
Shahid asked in Arts & HumanitiesPhilosophy · 2 years ago

Is life a difficult question to ask, or a difficult one to answer?

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  • Matip
    Lv 5
    2 years ago

    Life is an answer in search of a question.

  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

    We are the answer to life. It needs no words we don't need toto open put mouth and say one syllable.

  • 2 years ago

    “Everything is more complicated than you think. You only see a tenth of what is true.

    There are a million little strings attached to every choice you make; you can destroy

    your life every time you choose. But maybe you won’t know for twenty years and you may

    never ever trace it to its source.”

    — Charlie Kaufman

    Energy Limits to the Computational Power of the Human Brain

    http://www.merkle.com/brainLimits.html

    The Limits of Intelligence

    http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-limi...

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-207...

    Limits of Perception

    http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/limits-o...

    Limitations of Knowledge

    http://www.asparkstarts.com/the-limitations-of-kno...

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-128...

    The Limitations of Science

    http://www.cod.edu/people/faculty/fancher/Limits.h...

  • 2 years ago

    Life is not a question, but, a statement; so, it doesn't need too be 'answered'.

    The answers, for you, is the fate you make for yourself by the decisions you make, and the read you take.

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  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

    "Life" as ontology: Descartes' "God thinks, therefore I am living" (to give a summary of his ontological and epistemological reasoning process); a lesson similar in kind to that which Moses learned of the Name of God: "I Am *that* I Am."

    Awareness as existence preceding or developing essential awareness is A. N. Whitehead ("Adventures of Ideas") at the upper end of philosophic process awareness (Jean-Paul being at the dogmatic lower end of existential philosophic genius, Martin Heidegger somewhere in the middle).

    Note that "Being" (life) and "time" are an incomplete project for Martin Heidegger, and that Peter Sloterdikj ("You Must Change Your Life") has imho made essential (pun intended) progress, by his methodology which imho includes the hegelian/"human spirit" as able to transcend itself into the Oneness of Spirit, true Life (which ~ = Jewish and Karl Jaspers' notion of "each human is a sphere, a world, unto itself within the I-Thou").

    So, not only a difficult question to answer, but answer authentically (a function of individual's vector awareness within the category of Sri Ramana Maharshi's "Who Am I?"). As for difficulty of asking, the level of metanoetic gnosis is key. Would note (particularly as you are of Islam or submission to the One, hopefully in the true path of Mohammad (owbp), Jesus, Abraham and Elijah, et al.) Ibn Tufayl's "Hayy Ibn Yaqzan: A Philosophical Tale," Al-Ghazali's "Deliverance from Error," and A. H. Almaas' "Runaway Realization."

  • Raja
    Lv 7
    2 years ago

    Life is realizing your presence in some form on this earth. Life is to live. Wherever you go and whatever you read, at last you will come to a mere conclusion that life is to live, just to live. First of all you must know what a human being is. Human beings are just robots made of flesh and bones and toys of the spirits for their games. The soft-wares for these robots are spirits or invisible elements. These robots are programmed by different people by oral talks, writings and actions too. During this process the spirits possess a human being according to the programs. Further these robots can program themselves when they wish. Whatever it is they are all just spirits. A human being during his/her lifetime is living with many spirits which have joined one by one since birth. They are knowledge, skills, feelings, emotions, interests and everything. Even thoughts are not these robots' own. One after another they think and these robots either choose or reject the ideas which they transmit to their minds through brains in the form of thoughts. Brain is a media to connect the spirits to your mind. Your mind is just a computer's mind. After the destruction of a computer completely you will not get it's mind. The same is the case with the human beings. A soul is nothing but an energy needed for the functionality of a body. It is not a spirit or anything else. A human being doesn't have a spiritual body. Memories are different spirits. Spirits determine the destiny of a human being from his/her daily activities, talks and thoughts too. On death these spirits leave the body and go to different places. No one lives in any form after death.

  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

    Just a difficult one to live

  • Life is a question which may have no answer.

    This means reality may not be compatible with life and that life that does exist is bound to suffer deprivation in some form.

    The only way to eliminate deprivation is to initiate a change in our reality and continue to maintain ideal circumstances.

    That should be the function of society. But that too is not perfect.

  • Sound
    Lv 4
    2 years ago

    Both. Life itself is difficult because all these sorts of obstacles and opportunities that come together, and hence its difficult to find a clear answer. However, when you're trying to find the answer, its only natural that questions will follow.

  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

    There is no question here, so there is nothing to answer. When you learn how to ask a proper and meaningful question we'll be happy to answer you. What you have asked is grammatically meaningless. FAIL

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