If we're still asking I fear we are not understanding…
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@optimystic, While I may have oversimplified it, why over analysis it? I WASN’T suggesting that you ACCEPT some ones else understanding. But merely contemplate other views while also sharing your own. Not everything on our planet, in our solar system, in our universe or indeed in the mind, body and soul CAN BE UNDERSTOOD. We can observe them and listen to them but at the end of the day We can only make Hypothesis on such things with which we do not understand, For things with which we think we understand their what I call LOGICAL CONCLUSIONS!!!!!!!!!!
@josephm, I wouldn’t advocate for any drug you can overdose on, regardless of the experience and DMT is way better for trying to undertstand anything than ecstasy or molly.
Anyway, to answer the post’s question, simply put: If we are asking, then at the very least we understand that we do not know.
@darryl, everything is as is. the riddles of the mind are the tricky part. we dont need answers for our questions because it is within, we can feel the right answer. until enough questions are asked, we cannot differentiate between right and wrong based on feeling. more questions = more answers = legend creation of feelings based off right or wrong answers. kind of like a lie detector test within your own body. if you ask the wrong ‘first’ questions to base everything off of then the whole test will be thrown on the wrong path.
we are vibratory energy patterns guided by a program, simple programming is happiness once it makes a neuro-pathway connection to all that is soulful (= max serotonin-* 5-hydroxytryptamine*). people get so caught up in writing code that they forget (or trained not) to marvel at their work. once people try ecstasy(3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine )people have a forced marvel and understand what it is they need to work towards.
@josephm, Totally agree “If you dont ask you’ll never know”
The mystery of it is by asking more and more people you develop and create understanding within you and in others.
To ask, is to understand,
To understand, is having knowledge,
Having knowledge, is to be aware and
To make aware.
One person gaining understanding through asking is no good unless its shared…….
@tippguy, I think you are oversimplifying things a little bit. Without a doubt, we ask to understand, yes. However, we do not always grasp understanding. An explanation that may work for one person may not work for another. Therefore, I think that there is a link between curiosity and understanding that you have not identified. Now, I can’t say for sure what this particular link is, perhaps it is inspiration to learn or motivation to acquire knowledge, but again, I do not know for certain.