A Question Related To Eternity

198Question: Should a person listen to his environment when he has a question about the meaning of life and is told: “Why do you need this? Why are you thinking about it?”

Answer: People do not understand that a person who asks a question about the meaning of life is at a higher level of development and that greater voids are revealed in him than in them. They can somehow fill their little voids with restaurants, jobs, awards, and medals. But this person cannot.

Today, the question about the meaning of life arises latently among billions, but many do not understand what is happening to them. They pass it off as some small problem, ill health, dissatisfaction at work or at home. People do not understand that this is a deeper issue that is connected with eternity. That is the whole problem.

Question: So, does the disclosure of this question within a person show that he is at a higher level of development, and therefore others cannot understand him?

Answer: Of course. With this question, we rise from the level of animals that live without thinking according to the orders of nature that automatically arise in them and that they fulfill. We begin to think, “What for?” This is already a question about eternity, the level of the Creator. Here we must reach His degree because we can no longer remain animals.

At this level, I begin not only to function correctly in the world around me, but I am obliged to study why I exist. I must understand who is launching me and why He is doing it. I want to be like Him. I want to understand the meaning of everything that happens to me. Only then will I be able to do something, otherwise I will not have the strength.

That is, I must reveal the Creator. The Creator is the next degree that controls us, the general force of nature.
From KabTV’s “Close-Up. Summing Up” 4/7/10

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