If We Make Too Many Questions, We Have Too Many Problems
It is a tendency of the human mind to make questions, investigate things, to dissect reality into small pieces. However, our limited mind can only see a portion of life, never the full picture.
It is just out of our capabilities as limited entities. You might have heard the expression fools and children are blessed by God and luck.
There is an underlying truth there. Lightness is a good way of living especially if it comes out from the depth of vision and not superficiality.
A man or woman who has investigated a little bit, or who has just been around the planet long enough, might easily understand that not everything is under our control.
The scientific approach brings the illusion of the possibility of knowing the ultimate truth of things. However, after decades or centuries or years, a new theory comes up or a new tool that contradicts the past completely.
What was the ultimate truth becomes a naive vision that people from the "past" wrongly created.
It is good to be silent sometimes, and do not pretend to know things. Because things can only be experienced. Only at that stage, real knowing take place.
Otherwise, we are just talking of intellectual entertainment that could really deceive us and makes us see life according to our own opinions, and not for what it is.
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