The knowledge of life
Albert Einstein once said ‘Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better’. Unfortunately, we do not look at the nature of things as intensely as our smartphones or computers.
Daily Life is Competition
Many things we do not understand, but we take them for granted. The advertising industry is sugarcoating the reality, and many teachers are talking about things which don’t mean anything to them. Our daily life got so competitive and hectic that we are very close to losing our minds. It is not only the mind, but we are also losing our senses. Our current high-tech world makes many things more comfortable and accessible than ever before, but at the same time, we move away from life itself. The food we are consuming is a mass-product without life, and the conversation on TV is without meaning.
Who is controlling you?
Would it not be exciting to know who beats our heart or controls our breath? We can keep our noses and mouth shut, but after a while, we’ll gasp. Who does that? When we open an email, our heart starts beating unconsciously faster! Who is responsible for that? Would it not be exciting to know more about our own existence and to experience the infinite nature of who we are?
Greatness of Nature
If we could perceive the indescribable dimensions of our inner mechanics, then we would bow deeply to the greatness of nature and would be able to live an uncompromised life.
Unfold your life – magically and wonderfully.
Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.
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