Can we really know everything?
No, I believe there is an infinite amount of knowledge and no one can ever really know everything there is to know.
Where were people before they were born?
I have some conflicted opinions on this subject.
As much as I like to believe God created the world in 7 days and that we are derived from Adam and Eve, the part of me that is all about proof says humans evolved from chimpanzees. I’ve watched documentaries and been to museums, it seems before any upright standing nearly hairless human was born, there was the chimp and there seems to be infallible evidence to prove it otherwise.
Does the Law of Attraction exist? (Law of Attraction as I understand it) is a school of thought where positive thinking brings about good changes. Some say it’s made them wealthy. Others say it improves their health or their outlook on life)
From my understanding of this question, positive and negative attract. I guess it makes me kinda destined to spend the life with my mom and her family who are a bunch of criticizing pessimists.
So yes, I think the Law of Attraction exists in one form or another.
Do we love ourselves more in the virtual world and less in the real world? If so, why? If nay, why?
I would say I love myself equally in both worlds. I would say I’m happier in the virtual world but I wouldn’t say I love myself more. I don’t know the reason why that is. I guess I’m still trying to define it in real life and maybe once I know the answer to that, I’ll know the answer to this question.
Are you happy?
I would say generally while sometimes, I’m just trying to survive in this world of turbulent. But generally, I’m happy. After all, it’s life. Nothing is perfect.
I have a home, a job – something to occupy my mind and hands during the days, and hobbies to provide recreation during off time. What else is there?
Some will even say I should be the happiest person in the world but personally, I would never say that about myself.
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I think it is for own good that we don’t know everything about everything. Just look what we, as humans, did in the past and what we are doing now, using what we know. Part good, part bad.
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