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What am I doing that prevent me from killing myself?

*The literal meaning of life is whatever you’re doing that prevents you from killing yourself -Albert Camus

*Why should I live? Is it better if I was never been born? life may have no intrinsic meaning! So what? Should we underestimate the value of existence itself? What makes life worth living? Would it have been better for you not to have come to life at all?What is life, after all?

*You ask these questions when you become more conscious about your existence, so what does make life worth living? This is the question we must find answer to. The Socrates has given an answer, the EXAMINATION and how do we do it? How can we be sure that we’re doing it in the right way?

*Suicide is a social problem, and as Camus stated a philosophical problem, in Algeria we’re looking for explanations why do people end their lives? The already answers are they lack faith in God, so we’ve the Tele-ban, Qaeda, Hamas, Boco Haram, Shabab Mudjahidin, Daech and other Islamist factions perpetuated many suicide attacks, in the name of the same God. So it’s not about faith.

*What is better for the faithful in God? To be with him or stay here in Earth? Of course with God and how? If one wants God ardently more anything no one can stop that faithful to get there with God. The perfect solution is to die and to die in the name of God and for Him.

*As there people who think that they die for God, deluded by that perception there are others who die for other reasons.

*Suicide isn’t a lack of faith, but a psychological problem, people will sacrifice themselves for what they believe and for their faith as the Japanese aviators who fallen over the US ships to destroy them they’re named the kamikaze.

*Suicide is ending one life by one hands and one decision. There must reasons to commit suicide after all. However, let consider the fact that we’re aware that one day we’re gonna to die. The day we die in we don’t know it, the awareness of death and the awareness that we’ve free will and we’re free to do and decide what we want without doing harm to any body. In this course one can’t harm the others, but one own oneself and one is free to do what one wants, do I have the right to end my life? And why want I end it after all?

*An existential crisis is at the step of our doors and It’ll enter without excusing us without asking us our permission to enter. Albert Camus tries to overcome the nihilistic state living in a meaningless world and we’re giving to it and our lives, thoughts, feelings and actions meaning and we’ve the thirst for meaning and looking for significations.

*Falling in love, having friends, working, traveling, marrying, having children, and many other things are what prevent us from killing ourselves, even video games, drugs, social status and success are preventing us from killing ourselves.

*We’re looking for meaning even if there’s no such things like a meaning to anything but we continue lying at ourselves deluded and wanting things to be the way we want them to be not seeing them as they are. When your mom gives you birth you come here not knowing anything about this world, however you learn step by step until you become aware, in a state of consciousness. However when you become conscious first thing that you’ll be aware of is that you’re free, and in the other hand you become more anxious and depressed because you’ve a lot of freedom. One of these freedom is ending your life, if I’ve the freedom to travel and do things so why not ending my life?

*Is life about living or leaving?

*Is suicide a cowardice or a courageous act? Suicide isn’t about hating life, but valuing things in life which if we don’t have them those qualities we’ll end our lives. So if I value something in this life and I don’t have it, is then life worth living?

*When we face with suicide we must ask ourselves what is a life worth living? And we shouldn’t make the statement that we get that in few moments or years. A life worth living is a life of examination and challenging one thoughts and others thoughts. Because a life worth living is a meaningful life, let makes it a journey. As soon as this adventure becomes conscious, there come up a lot of questions, choices, decisions, and challenges to finding our whereabouts.

*I said before EXAMINATION and it means questioning, asking questions wherever there are questions to be asked. Seeking and search or to be in the search, to know if we are in the good track and we’re doing well and we’re in the right way we must return to the first principle of the examination, QUESTIONING.

*We have to work out our own views of life, what kind of life we want to live? Where? With whom should we live, be friend with? Why should we live by the dictates of others and society? People who are different are rare, with them the world advance I never hear that someone who acts like the mass, the herd made any progress or make humanity progressive. So with those who see life from a different scope, see the magic of the world and return to enlighten the others risking their lives for what they believe to be right.

*Death is the unacceptable thing for us; we fight it by medicine and technology why do we go to the doctors? Because we think that the doctor understands what is wrong with our bodies and self. So we ask her/him to give us a medicament and a treatment to the illness. We know how to save our bodies and minds, there are doctors disciplined in all the medical disciplines we trust them about our lives. We’re just happy when we visit them and console us that we’ll be cured when we take this treatment. It’s like they assure us that we’ll live for another days, that death doesn’t win.

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How did you find yourself in religion?

I don’t have with religion a long story, I can say since my seventeen I decided to be more secular and I put religion a side, I liked to find rational explanations for things, believing in science and philosophy the tools to understand. It’s Islam I am talking about, however I didn’t care and I don’t care about it, hell, devil, God and punishment. My idea was like this: Why can’t I by myself know the existence of God? Why am I trained to believe in Islam what about the other religions and cultures? So, I decided to explore the others, to know what is more common in this world and what make it diverse and why Islam can’t be the end of history?

Because we are taught that Islam is the end of history, a world where is dominated by Islam is a fine, peaceful, wonderful, and well suited to live in. I learnt that history will never end and human beings are in the way to achieve more self-consciousness and so freedom. Islam is diverse and it has diverse and complicated thoughts and interpretations and full of contradictions, you can take from it what suit you, if you’re an extremist you can take as you want to justify your actions, and if you’re not you can take as you want to justify your actions. Because, there are verses and saying of the prophets, his friends and clergies which any Muslim uses to justify her/his actions and from that many Muslims learn how to justify and make apologies for their behavior. May someone does bad actions and with bad intentions and justify it by verses and saying of the prophets, his friends and clergies.

In nowadays, there’s a one version of Islam is presented to us, everyone wants what fits her/his from Islam, and from anything. So everyone interprets what s/he wants, and believes in. Any religion uses the sacred and sanctifying things making them uncritical and forbidden zone to discuss about. People fear to be wrong with the sacred so they stop thinking, because thinking is putting in our lives under the scope of examinations. What about examining Islam? Yes, I’m with that Herodotus says: “I AM BOUND TO TELL WHAT I AM TOLD, BUT NOT IN EVERY CASE TO BELIEVE IT.”

I’ve not to believe in everything that is in religion, the world is in constant change the thoughts and prejudices made around religion are bad and lead humanity to horrifying and terrifying wars and inquisitions. There’s an explanation for that, people are moved out by what will happen in the next life, punishment because God keeps for the transgressors a horrible, terrifying, and pain in hell. So, humans simulate this in the real world, when the clergies make punishments they want to imitate God in the after life punishing the bad souls.

You should believe what is written in the stones, as the stone keepers want us, to believe in the good lies, to protect us and to keep us save and in the end the winners. Honestly, they never taught us what is life? How to live? What is the meaning of life? To look at the beauty, to love, and to be happy. I find Islam is old and I want new ideas in my life, I don’t follow what is written in the stones; I’m not afraid from the nothing and nowhere because there I find wonder and amazement. I want to fuel up my curiosity and explore the world, I’m free and I hate to be bound by lies.

Do I need Islam? In what i need it? In morality? I can work on it, what about the others? I can’t judge the others of course, but everyone has such a code of morality, there are things common among humans like telling the truth, being faithful, and bad morality like lying, stealing, killing, envying, and son on. However, my concern is not about this small stuffs what about what makes me great, higher and super-version of myself? In Islamic teaching they teach you how to obey, and do your duties, and only these orders?

Are we only worshiping God for the sake of paradise, and not to undergo the wrath of God? What if there are no paradise and hell, will we not worship him? I like to rise up many questions as I can, because they’re the doors to understand. Quran is a holy book about God, so let discuss why does God write this book? Who creates God? Why does God exist? Why does he create us and the world? What was there before God? What will be there after the end of the universe? What does prove that God exist and he is the creator?

The response from Islam and any kind or religion to the question and even questioning it, it’ll be never go to show and prove the claims by experiment and physics but from the book, suppose I don’t believe in what you say, in all of it. I need prove from the world compatible to what is there in your religion. Most Muslims use the scientific discoveries which were discovered not to prove that Islam is the true religion of God, because those discoveries were made out of human curiosity which may be the Muslims don’t have because they want to go there to the city of God and earthly existence they have nothing to do with it, so why do they look and discover?

Religion teaches us to be weak and by weak I mean what Nietzsche calls it the slave moral. Why not teaching us to be who we really are? Why doesn’t teach us to discover the inner power within us? Why does it teaching us just obedience and paternalism? Religion kills people rather than making them guides for life, super-versions of themselves; turns them to obedient to what they hate, diverting them from passion and desire, how ignorant those who live in the comfortable life.

Now, I come to talk about values, religion ties us around common values, we used to agree with and follow. However, we find some of them as wrong and worked out from prejudices and so we want to live with our own. What about my values aren’t like the one of Islam, so that put me in an unenviable situation, with Islam, so God and with society where I live. Their values don’t work for me and I don’t follow that’s not easy, because I should provide why I don’t follow them and if they contradict Islam, I can’t give up something I’d work on even if it’s not perfect even the values derived from Islam aren’t perfect they still and be humans made.

When we talk about values worked out by us and within our thinking and understanding we look at life from our eyes, how do we see the world isn’t something identical for everyone, it varies from culture to culture, Islamic culture which wants to replace any established culture I preferred not to cut the ties with the pagan Amazighe culture (it has also Jewish and Christian influence of course) it resists over time, but I need to save a traceability over time. Those who advocate for an Islamic culture want to cut people from their past, so people lose their identity for a new one, which is Islamic and divine from God which is better than the human culture.

May you ask me with what you replace being a Muslim? In my country a Muslim is more than belonging to a religion, but it’s a part of your identity. Changing will be difficult, not difficult if you just keep religion in its rightly place, without Islam you’re no one, you don’t have identity and to whom will you belong? So, we’re put in a real problem of identity. A Muslim isn’t an identity, there are people who are Iranian but they’re atheists, we know that the dominated religion in Iran is Islam, but not all Iranians are Muslims, so you’ve still having an identity, which is the one of your ethnicity.

The ethnic identity is also powerful and tied people, with acknowledging of course the ethnic wars. I’m not trying to end conflicts as people fight for what they believe they also fight for who they are, and they also fight for their ethnic group.

Radicalization of Islam with the wahhabism; I was wondering why does the USA support a country which has a different ideology? Why does the USA support a one version of Sunni Islam which is the salafi wahhabism? An extreme and radical ideology as the only version of Sunni Islam. As the UK did in the past time to dominate the middle east with supporting the radicals. What I want to enlighten people about the importance of the free speech as the way to build a democratic society. We must learn to listen and search as we do with what we want to listen and search for we must do it with those who oppose us, our opponents. A democratic society allows all to express their views no matter what they say and belief. People who use to question the basis of Islam are the good fitted to be in the face of the radicals. As people who defend a moderate and tolerant Islam, they can do so.

Radicalization of Islam isn’t of today but it has its history, but now we see that those which Islam consider them as apostates, they’re who support the radical Islam, a one version of Sunni Islam. Do you think that God protect any Islamic state like the ones of Saudi Arabia and Iran? No, USA, Russia and China they do, so God can’t even protect those states, why? Because state is a political entity, it’s not divine. We’re talking about politics which has nothing to do with religion. There’s just one Islam is sponsored to people, the radical and extremist. It’s not an Western made, no it was here with Muslims all over their history. Those radicals are Muslims and they’re not commanded by USA, but by the clerics. We must learn about those radicals where did they come from, from which school of thought, ethnicity, culture, what was their lives looked like? It’s not about killing a huge number of them to defeat them, there will be more and more terrifying radicals and terror will never end, because it’s within us within Islam. We shouldn’t just keep cheering people about the good face of Islam, let take a deep look at the darkest side. There is a darkest side in all humans and when one meets with the verses of killing and slaughter what will be the reaction of that person? I’m asking for psychological treatment. Psychology can help us to understand why do people become extremists?

Will I still believing in God? So you’re risking to be sentenced to death. We’re dying slowly entropy never stops from killing us. You want to kill me because I disagree with what there’s in Islam. I don’t believe so what? Is that harm any body? Did I sign this contract? I was a kid, I don’t know nothing. Now I’m an adult, I’m conscious and I think for myself. Is it a crime to think for yourself? If you go to kill me because I don’t play the game you want me to play, so I live for who I am, I’m looking for what makes me great with every available time last for me in this life. It’s not to preserve Islam and to protect it we kill people because they cease to be Muslims, because they refuse to play the game, they were told to play. I don’t conform to your thinking and belief.

When we asphyxiate the apostates, we’re giving them honor. An honor for what they believe in. The capital punishment is how we martyrize those who don’t believe in Islam. So, they die martyrized for their beliefs.

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How do we love with rational beliefs?

*The right person there’s no right person, no one is perfect. This is a wrong perspective about falling in love.

*Why do we fall in love? I don’t know why and I’m asking myself the same question and I don’t find any certain and accurate answers to why do we fall in love? What is love for? What does falling in love look like? If I fall in love in a person so why she? Why not the other one? Will I be conscious in falling in love or unconscious?

*When the connection you feel is not just physical. For example, when you miss that person or you care about her, and you want to take care of her, or when you find a way to solve a problem together, or when in spite of the fights you always ask for forgiveness and try not to commit again the same mistake. Maintaining a relationship is not easy but it can work when two people love each other.

*So how can we love without trust? How can we build relationships without trust?

*You can’t. Trust is earned over time, that’s why you can not really love someone at first sight. That’s just physical attraction, not love.

*Love is constructed over trust as a basic rule when you are in love. If trust is earned over time, so does love follow the rule of trust? Is it really earned over time?

*You can trust someone enough to maintain the relationship for a while. As long as both trust each other, the relationship will remain stable. If it’s lost, it is likely that love will end little by little.

*So love depends in how much you trust each other? Any person has had to have a talk with someone who has misbehaved telling that someone that while they will always love him or her, they can no longer trust them until that trust is earned back.

*If love is freely given however Trust, once betrayed, has to be earned back. If we value love we value more trust. Because trust is the foundation of love.

*Yes, and I’d like to add: Unlike the love a father feels for a child, the love between a man and a woman is not unconditional. Both must give something in return to be able to trust and know that the other also loves him.

*All what we know about love are things we read about them in the novels of lazy authors who maybe never get a job, romantic series and movies. There’re the essays about love, that gives the best approach about it, however, we can’t lie over them for long with the development of science and psychology we get even to know what will happen to our brains when we fall in love.

*It’s not about, what knowing exactly what each other feel, it’s about actually falling in love with each other.

*The right person would be the person who will be willing to be with you.

*Love is an intense emotion.

*How do we love with more rational emotions?

*Daniel loves Christina; he has high credibility to satisfy his multiple needs. But, often he comes across instances when he is in love with her, but not necessary the other way around.

*When we look at things from perspective of Daniel, Christina is found to be highly capable of meeting Daniel’s desires.

*When we look at things from Christina’s perspective, Daniel may not have all that capability of meeting Christina’s needs.

*Daniel finds Christina highly credible, or is in love, but she isn’t.

*Albert Ellis is a psychologist and the theorist of the Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy says that the psychological problems of human beings arise from their misperception and mistaken cognition about what they perceive.

*let consider two cases of Daniel, let starts with the example of a rational belief that is flexible: I want Christina to live me, but she doesn’t have to do so.

*Here Daniel is asserting what he wants, that Christina loves him, however he acknowledges that he doesn’t have to get what he wants. It is bad if she doesn’t love me, but not the end of the world.

*Daniel evaluates that such event is negative, and such an evaluation isn’t extreme because it could be always worse.

*So Daniel has good consequences with his emotions: tending to concern himself about Christina’s response, accepting it and not being anxious about it. Behavioral he can enquire of Christina if there’s anything wrong. Thinking Christina isn’t upset with Daniel but may be with someone or something could be to do with him or may be nothing to do with him.

*The second case: Daniel says: “Christina has to love me.” He has a rigid belief while he not only asserts what he wants; he also demands that he has to get it.

*Daniel says:”It is the end of the world if she doesn’t like me.” He thinks that it’ll be bad if she doesn’t love him and the worse is coming because he asserts the claim” It is the end of the world.”

*Daniel has a desire to be loved by Christina, because of the affection; maybe she is beautiful, or smart. But she hasn’t to love him after all.

*She has a choice to love or not, “I want her to love me and she has to do so”, robs her of free choice, which she retains in the face of his demand.

*How do we make love rational? How do we love with more rational beliefs?

*For the beliefs to be true the both parts of the belief must be true.

*Daniel is holding an irrational belief. This one is false because it robs Christina the freedom not to love him which she does in reality have.

*She doesn’t have to love him, as he doesn’t have to get her to love him. He doesn’t also have to be loved by her; any way if she doesn’t love him; it’s her will to choose.

*Does this belief make sense? No because he is not explicitly acknowledging that there no connection between what he wants and what he has to get. There’s no sense between what he wants and what he has to get.

*The idea that because he wants something he has to get it is childish.

*All what Daniel will get from his irrational belief are:

-Being anxious.

-Trying desperately to get her to love him.

-The thought that she is upset with him rather with someone or something that had nothing to do with him.

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Having priorities

Another day goes. I know how many days I lived and I don’t know how many days I’ll live. I drop down my preparation for an exam. Because; I think that the questions that I’m asking are my first priorities. Questions of daily life are more important than anything else in my life. I must put them under the loop of investigation. Invest and investigate in my life. I put all my damn interest in my life. Struggling and difficulties are the norms of life. I should think about, not the illusion of comfortable life.

My priorities are

1) Understanding why are we asking questions?

2) Overcoming the difficulties.

3) Having and exercising critical thinking.

4) Improving my values.

5) The will to power.

6) Emotional and mental health

7) Emotional intelligence.

Writing a better essay is a skill that we need to deal with the different views about the questions we ask, we find many answers. Helping ourselves is a duty, and having priorities help us to direct our attention to the necessary things, writing an essay is necessary for us to understand and to challenge our ideas.

An essay enriches our critical thinking and helps us to see things from different angles, that it’s not easy to have the ability of critical thinking a way to free us from unwarranted assumptions and stereotype and from relativistic thinking.

The problem is that we think that life is an easy and simple process but that isn’t what we experience. Life isn’t easy, and if we don’t take risks we’ll never grow up and we’ll never be great.

We’ll find many barriers and most of them we’re their creators. Sometimes we need to shift not to change; we must learn how to be emotionally mentally healthy.

We aren’t now at schools we must forget them, we must work to augment our emotional and mental health and intelligence, a hard and tough duty but that what the wisdom of life consists of and we must never quit until we achieve something in the both.

Having priorities gets us outside of the feeling of boredom we’ve something to strive for to do there’re things we want we want to fill our desire, let our passion leads us.

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The Root of Suffering

You yourself must strive. The Buddha only points the way.  Gautama Buddha.

Are you ready to leave your comfortable life to live a hard one?

Did you ever think why you are suffering?

Sometimes you’ll find that a Jew can teach you a lot about anger than you think you already know about it.

Sometimes you’ll find that a Christian can teach a lot about benevolence than you think that you already know about it.

There’re things we learn through experience, and what we learn that our values aren’t absolute and we can’t be complete because we belong to the right group, religion, ideology, idea, city, nation, ethnicity, school, belief, faith, sect, and whatever makes you distinct from the others. It never makes you complete, but just identification you are identifying yourself to one of these concepts of identity and that is common among humans.

If we must strive, so strive for what? We must strive to achieve enlightenment. How and what is it?

Will you go to live with the poorest and miserable Africans and Asians to understand why humans suffer?

Will you go there and learn the origin of suffering?

Or are you so attached to your comfortable life?

Many people use Buddha’s quotes to console themselves, to cheer themselves, or it’s rightly to write to lie at themselves why they must stick to the comfortable life, Buddha’s words are meaningless if you never suffered in your life. The meaning of any teaching can’t be neither learnt nor understood if you never suffer a hard and difficult moment in your life.

Suffering gives all our teaching for enlightenment a meaning in our lives.

What do you know about human misery?

Buddha’s indicates for things to understand about human suffering:

  • The truth of suffering.
  • The truth of the origin of suffering.
  • The truth of the cessation of suffering.
  • The truth of the path of the cessation.

To live is to suffer, there’s no escape from suffering and be tortured in every moment by your thoughts and desires. However, we must control the both of them. As we run our lives with them, they are what build our understanding and the support of our ideas. Without them a human being is condemned to live as a fool in this world.

What prevents someone from leaving her/his office and go out to the world experiencing what life throws and risking all her/his life?

Is it because of fear?

The comfortable life is hard to cut your ties with it. What does it give you, none the less than cowardice?

That what we’ve taught to be graduated, having a job, and a professional career a wife and children that is a successful person in our standards of comfortable society fearing any change who prevents them from the comfort, even if it kills them from the inside.

Here end the history of any man and woman, having a job a wife/husband and children that what life is simple and easy as we were always taught, heard, and imagined.

All humanity is seeking an end to her history even if there’s no end to history.

Will you live your office and live a miserable life? Will you risk reaching a higher level of consciousness?

Do you think that your life now is what you wanted it to be? Is it life? As what society told us. So why does society keep this standards? Why do we choose to marry and to have kids and rather than striving to be who we are? How do we become what we ought to be? Did you think about being a super version a higher one than the being you are? Adventure, facing the world and living dangerously why don’t these things figure out in your list?

You work harder to improve yourself to your boss, to yourself in a bad way, the incorrect way, to your wife, to your children, to your colleagues, to your friends, to your society, to your nation, to your state, to your government and with woman to her husband and children, and in her work and with her friends, and the same thing as man. Is it the right and appropriate way to improve yourself? Isn’t it the way which creates to us depression, anguish, anxiety, and all our emotional and mental troubles?

And one night you say if I do the opposite of all of that what’ll happen? Let just see what happen. And so you decide to live life as it is. You leave all this comfortable life and you travel through the cosmos seeking enlightenment before you die. You know that you are living the last moment if your life and who knows, when you die that is it.

It doesn’t sadden me if I don’t get what I want, but what sadden me the most is not striving enough to know really and truly who I am. Graduating is the end of history, getting a job is the end of history, marrying is an end of history having children dying and whatever, there’s no end of history. It doesn’t sadden me those stuffs if I don’t or didn’t achieve one of them. The wisdom of life is more than thinking in marriage and getting a job; is more than children and money as the pillar of man and women happiness. The wisdom of life is to be your own guiding light as Buddha points to us, to be the light.

The poet Leonard Cohen says:

There is a crack in everything;

That’s how the light gets in.

So how can we be enlightened without having cracks in our hearts made by suffering and hardship?

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Thinking on a life well lived.

Why do we live?

Why should we live?

Why did my parents give me birth?

Do I owe them something?

Did they think that one day maybe I think or commit a suicide?

Ending my life is just a disobedience to my parents who gave me birth, so a non recognition to all their sufferance to bring me to life.

However, it’s my life and I do with it what I want.

But I owe my parents obedience.

So why should I obey my parents’?

I don’t follow my parents’ standards in life, I think differently but someone who was a kind with you, you owe her something and you must return the benefits so you are obliged to obey your parents.

Yeh you’ll notice that I value my parents of course I do, I love them I value them even if I don’t follow their standards.

I think that suicide has not just caused by the hardest and tough moments, the crisis of meaning and the freedom to do with yourself what you want to do.

I own myself and I do with it what I want.

However, people commit suicide because they value something in life, because they love life not because they hate it and they think that by not acquiring some qualities they mustn’t live any more.

Suicide is the total or the complete surrender to life. Someone who commits suicide is saying:” I love my life.”

Suicide is about how do we value life? So someone who values life and themselves too much, more than anyone will commit suicide?

They do it because not they can’t stand anymore but for the sake of the value of life.

Human being value life more than anything and life is a right and inalienable right and for it humanity did great conquests, wars and revolutions for the sake of how do us value life?

In all our actions we’re motivated by the will to live, a will to power. So in all our discussions and actions we want to prove our will to live and power.

The will to power is the rise up of a super version of yourself is acting heroically and improving the will to live. We need to take sometimes to think about what a “life well lived” looks like.

Humans are acting heroically in this chaotic world. What is a life well lived? Why should we live a life well lived?

You may say if your parents are cruel, will you render to them the benefit of bringing you to life.

If you are indoctrinated by your religion or ideology to explode yourself in a crowd and you’ll be rewarded by God.

Suicide has many causes. Some people commit suicide to save their honor and dignity.

And it can be even used as a political weapon.

The causes are many and human are invited to look deeply and thoughtfully into suicide.

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Does my experience make me who I am?

Terrible experiences make you wonder if the people who have experienced them are not terrible themselves.

Nietzsche; Beyond Good and Evil; Part 4 Epigrams and entr’actes ; 89

The world doesn’t seem to be healthy and well suited to grow up without being injured and with scratches on your skin. What is experience? What are the terrible experiences? Why are we wondering about them? How do they affect our personality? What makes someone a terrible person? Is the quote about anyone psychology, and its impact in our social life?

What kind of experience we are experiencing with the world? It’s puzzling, and depends in how we see body and mind and their interactions. I’m feeling and thinking what I experience.

Is it the terrible experience that makes me a terrible person? Or is me who makes himself a terrible person?

We know the world through experiencing our ideas and for that we know nothing about it, this experience is stored in our memory and so in every time we experience it by appealing it or when we met with new interpretation of events.

Bad experience makes us angry and mad, but is it what makes us angry and mad, or just our ideas? So it makes angry and mad because we think them so, however let looks at it from a different view as making us aware and conscious about the world. We can’t escape our ideas and interpretation and for that we must be watchers over our brains and what they cook.

There are horrible people who, instead of solving a problem, tangle it up and make it harder to solve for anyone who wants to deal with it. Whoever does not know how to hit the nail on the head should be asked not to hit it at all.

Friedrich Nietzsche

These kinds of people are known by all of us even if we’re like them in some situations. So some people when they can’t get what they want, they forbid the others from that thing that they want the most. If they don’t have it, nobody will have it. And we find ourselves in conflict with people who don’t want us to get something because they can’t get, or it’s us who fight against the others because we don’t want them to get something to have it even if they work hard more than us we resists and stand in their ways.

When we can’t deal with a problem we must set back, go and solve another thing we can be destroyed but never be defeated remember that. However, it’s not about getting the answers, but how many meaningful questions you draw from every time you were destroyed in your seeking for what you want.

The secret to happiness is to face the fact that the world is horrible.

Bertrand Russell

The image of terror and human insanity in wars and ruling over people are enough to make you aware that the world is horrible, even turn you to see the other face the dark side of the world as we call it. So is really that happiness is in the acceptance and living with suffering and horror? Happiness is positive and good what makes it connected to horror?

Terrible experiences like someone who you love a close to you suicide and left nothing why did s/he do that? Leave you in a deep sorrow and questioning why? Someone who harms you intentionally or what you interpret from the experiences. Let it be clear to you that you make yourself, you are the maker of yourself, think for a while in what you are elaborating in your brain. Ideas are sometimes formed by biased and limited thinking, conditioned by our environment and our ideas.

It’s for the humankind to live a well life a healthy and worthy life for living and surviving that we need to deal with our thoughts about the world, our thoughts shape the world and the world shapes them in return. A corrupted thinking produce a corrupted being, behind terror and anger there’s an interior conflict in any human being between different voices competing to satisfy their needs. If we give everyone of them its right fairly we’ll make peace inside ourselves. A human being experiences within herself/himself more s/he experiences outside with the world. What is within is what matters and what’s in our control and can be controlled over time.