In my forty two years of existence I have learned to live one day at a time. I have reached a moment of existential crisis where I have started to question the basic belief system I have taken for granted. These are the lessons I have learned (so far) in this existence we call life:
Be yourself (without trying to please others )
I came alone in this world so I’ll be leaving on my own as well
I don’t owe anybody anything
I dont own anything , not even the body I find myself in.
The self may not even exist or be real
Technology is mostly a misused instrument
I don’t have to explain anything to anyone if I don’t want to
Religion is a hoax (So is politics )
Detaching myself from thoughts and beliefs that trigger old feelings of fear and sadness is the key to peace and joy.
It’s basically all in me head.
We love life mostly by identifying with the fabricated ego.
We hate death mostly because it is the path to the unknown (and its inevitable)
Identifying with a false entity, either an upsetting memory of past event (abusive past), a particular ethnic group, a disease or illness, political view, a belief system, an organization, or a fashion (just to name a few) is what determines most of our personality and attitude (ego) and, therefore, our behaviors.
This false identify can be changed with practice.
I will keep you posted on any other lessons on life.. thanks for reading .