The true purpose of life is to answer these questions and then live: Who are we? What are we? From where did we come? Where would we go? What are we doing? What should we do? Are we doing right? Will it take us to where we want to go? Do we know where we want to go? Is it the right destination?
Many of us are impatient. We don’t want to spend time answering questions. We just want to jump into life, thinking that life will be over soon. Sure, life will be over, but suppose you knew that you’re not going to die that you’re going to live forever and you’re immortal. Then, will we just rush through life? You don’t even know whether you die, or is it only your body that dies? As I study these questions, I share that we must not just rush into life, but we must stop, understand, introspect, and contemplate ‑ and then live! That is truly living, not just existing like rats running in a rat race.