The happiest are those who have never heard of Wittgenstein’s Ladder. If asked, they probably assume its something you buy in Homebase.
Success in seeking the Absolute may simply be a matter of altering our minds chemically.
In recent years I have found it increasingly beneficial to narrow my focus.
I have felt with increasing certainty recently that the Buddhists are right. We have no separate existence, no soul, no fixed place in the universe.
Unqualified objective truth can not exist. Heavily qualified objective truth probably does.
It is pleasant to imagine that there was a day in the distant past where people did not live in Grenfell Tower and didn’t have to look at Trump’s haircut in the media.
Is it right to feel distaste for your fellow man?
The Arab Israeli conflict arose from vibrating energy “strings” – it really is that simple in a sense.
There is nothing quite like a funeral to concentrate the mind; “carpe diem” seems such an apt phrase at such a time.
Is it odd that 100 million deaths in the Spanish Flu outbreak of 1918 has received comparatively little attention?
Is everything bad? Is the world a bad place? Are we humans damned and doomed? Is there any good news?
How can people not see what their untrammelled hatred does to themselves and those around them?
Hatred is a difficult emotion to combat connected as it is with so many other qualia.
The act of self expression in writing seems to provide relief from strong or long repressed emotions – a catharsis.
Are we all hypocrites or is there the odd saintly exception?
What possible use is hindsight when the past is behind us and unchangeable?
Evil cannot exist without consciousness and free will.