What do you think are the most important questions we should be asking each other?
I think this is two sided. Not only should we be asking each other but more importantly ourselves. Who am I? Where do
my beliefs come from? Have I inherited them, learnt them or experienced them? How do my beliefs shape me?
What is the most precious thing in this world that we all share in common and what can we do to preserve it.
What is the epitome of beauty to you?
Peace, understanding, acceptance, love.
What is the meaning of life to you?
Biologically.. to reproduce. Philosophically… to try to understand infinity.
What do you feel most grateful for in your life?
My parents and my upbringing. Whilst they didn’t have much in the terms of money they made up for with their time,
patience and love.
What do you think is the difference between spirituality and religion?
Religions can show you a path, spirituality walks it. Religions have “right and wrongs”, spirituality transcends them.
How do you feel about the current government and why?
I feel if voting equals democracy than we live in a dictatorship. Our government is merely an entity that is being buffered
about by the mechanism of how the world operates and its many different influences (mainly money)
What is the difference between right and wrong?
It depends who’s side your on.
(Id like it as well if you may possibly share this link to my poetry for others to enjoy)
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