From ancient days, a philosopher has been defined as a man who is blind, on moonless night in a house that is completely dark, searching for a black cat which is not there. … More The Folly of Philosophy
The Buddha statue is a reminder
(The Buddha and all buddhas are reminders)
letting you know, that it is ok
to go nowhere
to do nothing
to be nothing … More The Buddha Statue
The three most important questions
The only questions
1. Who am I!?
2. Where am I going?
3. Where did I come from? … More The Three Questions
The paradox that is the law of life That to live we must die That to be, we must be not That to attain immortality we must pass through death That to be everything, we must be nothing That to have we must let go That to receive we must give That to keep we … More Paradox is the Law of Life
(Or, the fundamental split between the methods, directions and place of science and religion) What is the essence of the difference between these two domains? Science is objective Religion is subjective Science requires distance Religion requires participation, involvement Science is intellectual, an interest Religion is existential, a quest Science a curiosity, maybe even a fascination Religion … More The Fundamental Divide of Science & Religion