We are born into this already eternally living and running world and at some point we can think and act independently as if life and existence were self-evident.
Imagine you go to sleep tonight and wake up the next day in a moving train. In this situation no human would act normally and continue his daily life without answering the question who put you in the moving train and why? But why don't we question this moving train?
Why don't we question this whole existence more?
After the birth in our first years after where we have developed a stable consciousness, we are so preoccupied with our needs and everyday interpersonal problems, that we are not asking ourselves the basic questions.
Why do we live? We know everything possible. We have an explanation for everything. But for what we do most and continuously, namely life, we have no explanation. We know one hundred percent that every life is finite, but why do we care so little about death?
One is dead longer than alive...
Don't we know how unscrupulous time is and can be?
The whole system around us has the most influence on us.
Imagine you were born on a lonely island. Your only goal would be to survive. Wouldn't you be much more curious about everything? Wouldn't you be fascinated by the animal world? Wouldn't you rather ask yourself what the world as a whole looks like? Wouldn't one then question the sun much more or live life much more passionately? But in this system in which we live, we always have to be there, have the latest equipment, listen to the latest music, know the latest hits, in's and out's, stay on the ball to e up to date...
We are on average 70 years here in this world. What should our goal be? Why do we consider it so unlikely that there would be a goal? Is the goal simply to enjoy life? What do you have of past enjoyment? Especially when you are dead? We have to get a good job in order to have money for everything material. That's why in the first and most important 20 years of our lives we turn to school, where all knowledge about the world is put into us worthless, so that we consider it as already solved and taken for granted?
In such a world we have no time to think.
So the question really arises whether the people who design this system want us not to think about it?
Thoughts are ways to truth. What truth do they hide from us? Today's life system has not developed this way by chance. Everyone will ultimately experience the death, when his/her time has come.
Actually, people want it to go on after death. The thought that our consciousness simply disappears is very frightening for many. When you think about the fact that at some point you are no longer there. Everything has done for nothing. That can make you afraid.
If you look roughly at nature, hoping to find some signs about life after death, you can interpret some everyday things that we actually don't consider interesting.
Life has already given us a foretaste of death, namely daily falling asleep. As if one were dying and then resurrecting, nature wants to tell us something every day by sleeping and waking up again. One regards life as a dream, dying as waking up, but so far nobody who woke up, i.e. died, has come back and told us that there is something after death.
After all, we can't go back to a dream and tell the people in the dream that there is another reality. On some days a very nice almost heavenly dream is interrupted and we wake up and are sad because the dream was broken off. And we know very well that we will not dream the same dream or continue it when we fall asleep again. The dream and the world created by our brains and everything around it is definitely gone.
Being tired of life every day, falling asleep as if you were dying. Sleeping while everything is dark and then resurrecting with the rising sun.
It also seems as if the seasons want to remember us something, every time we get a year older. To come into the world, to be reborn, to flower bloom, so much life comes into the world. The fresh atmosphere that tastes of rebirth. Looking forward to the coming years. hopes are born. Young and self-confident. Wonderful weather. Nature shows its most beautiful side. There is a lot going on. Everything looks optimistic. Unforgettable times. The most beautiful phase. Everything is somehow active and young and positive. Then it gets colder. Like the trees lose their leaves, we lose hair. The body slowly goes down the creek. It gets dark. We know that we are slowly but surely entering a sad phase. It snows and everything becomes white and as we get grey hairs, trees are covered with snow. It is cold and there is nearly no life Everything is dead. The atmosphere makes us hopeless. The body is at the end of its strength. You wait for the only surefire in life.
The seasons go on. It will be spring again.
...and new life will blossom with it...
This is the true nature of life, but will it be the same with us?