• I literally have nothing in my life. What do I do?

    I feel like theres no purpose left in my life. And don5 suggest me **** like find a hobby and all. I've tried everything. Nothing works.
    I feel like theres no purpose left in my life. And don5 suggest me **** like find a hobby and all. I've tried everything. Nothing works.
    27 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Are there any moral absolutes?

    12 answers · 9 hours ago
  • What is the sum of all things?

    Best answer: There can be no 'sum' of all things; as, nothing really adds up.
    Best answer: There can be no 'sum' of all things; as, nothing really adds up.
    19 answers · 2 days ago
  • Philosophical help needed?

    Anyone got any advice for somebody who feels like they don't know themselves? I don't have any specific interests or talents... I'm not good at anything... I'm still young but everyone one around me has their life on track. Or at least that's how it seems. Any advice?
    Anyone got any advice for somebody who feels like they don't know themselves? I don't have any specific interests or talents... I'm not good at anything... I'm still young but everyone one around me has their life on track. Or at least that's how it seems. Any advice?
    10 answers · 21 hours ago
  • What are the qualities of a philosopher?

    7 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Where are the keys to perception?

    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it wrong to be right?

    When you say you have no problems people always get on their high horse and say 'only god is perfect' and that you can't always be right. I'm very much aware of the one 'problem' I have and it makes me laugh when I trip myself up. Does that bother you?
    When you say you have no problems people always get on their high horse and say 'only god is perfect' and that you can't always be right. I'm very much aware of the one 'problem' I have and it makes me laugh when I trip myself up. Does that bother you?
    20 answers · 4 days ago
  • If Life is unfair for everybody does that make life fair?

    Best answer: When you consider the cojillion-to-one odds we would even exist, yes life is unfair in favor of us all.
    Best answer: When you consider the cojillion-to-one odds we would even exist, yes life is unfair in favor of us all.
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • What is the fundamental rule for whole human life?

    Best answer: Continuous transformation and transition...... can not be absolutely static even for a moment in life.
    Best answer: Continuous transformation and transition...... can not be absolutely static even for a moment in life.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why was the meaning of life such a mystery when I was younger?

    Best answer: We are raised with totems of authority. God or country or grandparents or given values. It is natural to confuse authority with validity. As adults we CHOOSE what to validate.
    Best answer: We are raised with totems of authority. God or country or grandparents or given values. It is natural to confuse authority with validity. As adults we CHOOSE what to validate.
    6 answers · 24 hours ago
  • Do you inherit or gain philosophy?

    Does human instinct exist and if a philosophy can be criticized then is it inherited?
    Does human instinct exist and if a philosophy can be criticized then is it inherited?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do people say "Money can't buy happiness?'?

    Being poor doesn't buy happiness either.
    Being poor doesn't buy happiness either.
    232 answers · 1 week ago
  • Have you ever seen a building collapsed?

    Best answer: Yes. I am a true philosopher. Hence it was possible to see.
    Best answer: Yes. I am a true philosopher. Hence it was possible to see.
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can anyone disprove this scientific fact?

    Fact: Life would be MUCH better if its unfairness, injustices, imbalance, constant repetitiveness, and double standards didn't exist.
    Fact: Life would be MUCH better if its unfairness, injustices, imbalance, constant repetitiveness, and double standards didn't exist.
    45 answers · 1 week ago
  • Where does truth come from?

    Best answer: God is "TRUTH." And, "Truth" justifies logic.
    Best answer: God is "TRUTH." And, "Truth" justifies logic.
    17 answers · 6 days ago
  • Even if human life and reality is intrinsically meaningless, and existence is random, should we still do morally good things?

    Best answer: Hobbes got there first, and Aristotle before that: "enlightened self-interest" = life under mutually-agreed laws. Pascal uses the unfounded axiom of your "even if" to note the other black-white possibility: if God Is, then a modest "love God completely ('first love'), love... show more
    Best answer: Hobbes got there first, and Aristotle before that: "enlightened self-interest" = life under mutually-agreed laws.

    Pascal uses the unfounded axiom of your "even if" to note the other black-white possibility: if God Is, then a modest "love God completely ('first love'), love colleague as Self" investment returns infinite Good, blessings, and, if God "is not," is yet the enlightened self-interest, "hobbesian" way to live and enjoy the wonder and blessedness of being and love of others.

    Another way to consider: "patternicity" is the ability to detect the real amidst the noise; excess patternicity includes some pareidolia or "false signal finding," and a deficit of patternicity is ignorance of e.g. laws of physics which find nothing creates something, the high coherence (low entropy) at the early stages of the "big bang," the "moral wonder within" of the inner Childlike goodness.

    So, per the Knight of Faith of Kierkegaard, the concurrent three spheres of Kierkegaardian humankind awareness (existential--->Aesthetic now; reflective--->philosophic/scientific; and increasing sensitivity to the Good--->God is in this), the Nietzschean program (like and after the fashion of Vladimir Solovyov and Dostoevsky) of da Vincian and Goethean "Overcomer" or Maslowian self-actualizer ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow's_h... ), and Sartre's rationalism ("accentuate the positive, reduce the negative"), the way forward is clear enough: strengthen and keep healthy, learn to earn and love, and be open to God-realization. This is a major goal of philosophy or reflective awareness and thinking: to improve and better one's condition.

    Related: "Return to the One: Plotinus's Guide to God-Realization;" "For Couples Only;" "Understanding Yourself" by Mark Prophet; "For Couples Only;" "The Yoga of Nutrition."
    11 answers · 4 days ago