• What's something you can live without?

    53 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is life meant to make us happy?

    Best answer: Life is not "meant" to be anything, my friend.
    Best answer: Life is not "meant" to be anything, my friend.
    22 answers · 23 hours ago
  • If women didn't exist, would all the money in the world have no meaning..?

    Best answer: If " WOMEN didn't EXIST .... would all the MONEY in the world have no MEANING ... . so If women did not exist ... who would Be here to INVENT or have money . .. one may have MISSED SEX EDUCATION in SCHOOL or that talk with MOM or DAD about the BIRDS & the BEES... .. now if the question was ... show more
    Best answer: If " WOMEN didn't EXIST .... would all the MONEY in the world have no MEANING ...

    . so If women did not exist ... who would Be here to INVENT or have money .

    .. one may have MISSED SEX EDUCATION in SCHOOL or that talk with MOM or DAD about the BIRDS & the BEES...

    .. now if the question was from today Women were ELIMINATED and NO LONGER EXISTED ... eventually all the men that presently exist would eventually DIE off without means to REPRODUCE .

    . unless they invent a UTERUS MACHINE for incubation a means of supplying nutrients energy hormones and chemical and a way to produce EGGS and men could shoot only sperm to generate only Males in it for continuation of the species ...

    . I hear ELVIS singing

    " ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT

    Do you miss me tonight

    are you sorry we drifted apart ....

    do you gaze at your door step

    and wish i were there

    Shall I come back again

    darling are you lonesome tonight ...

    . Someone said the world is a stage

    and we all play a PART
    9 answers · 14 hours ago
  • True or False., You really want a wall?

    14 answers · 3 hours ago
  • Is human intellegence just a coverup for human madness?

    Best answer: No, but it is a cause of much of the madness.
    Best answer: No, but it is a cause of much of the madness.
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • 💀 What is the worst tragedy in the world?

    Best answer: I used to do psychology retreats where people aired their miseries and struggles. There was a young lady who came along, and student counselors gently chided her for not talking about her hidden struggles. So she fessed up; she told them about the most devastating event of her life, in a tear-filled voice she told... show more
    Best answer: I used to do psychology retreats where people aired their miseries and struggles. There was a young lady who came along, and student counselors gently chided her for not talking about her hidden struggles. So she fessed up; she told them about the most devastating event of her life, in a tear-filled voice she told the tragic tale: she once got a B. People were incredulous because they thought she was coming them, but she was totally sincere.

    What is the worst tragedy in the world? Whatever YOU are going through.
    16 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do we have a purpose?

    Personally I think we don't
    Personally I think we don't
    10 answers · 6 hours ago
  • What would you do if you think you might die soon for any reason?

    Best answer: Try find a way to remove the reason...... death is inevitable but certainly not so soon.
    Best answer: Try find a way to remove the reason...... death is inevitable but certainly not so soon.
    24 answers · 3 days ago
  • What's the point of accomplishing anything if it gets ripped away from you after you die?

    Best answer: Because you leave it there for future generations. Your children, and their children, and millions of people for generations to come will benefit from what you do, and the way in which you spread the word of God.
    Best answer: Because you leave it there for future generations. Your children, and their children, and millions of people for generations to come will benefit from what you do, and the way in which you spread the word of God.
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Who is the best Metaphysics Philosopher? Who is the best philosopher who mastered Metaphysics?

    Best answer: Best? In both categories, Plotinus ("Return to the One: Plotinus's Guide to God-Realization," by Brian Hines). Recent metaphysics-based philosophers include: Frithjof Schuon; Hilary Putnam; Iris Murdoch; Alvin Plantinga; Omraam Aivanhov; G. K. Chesteron; C. S. Lewis. Among the historical... show more
    Best answer: Best?
    In both categories, Plotinus ("Return to the One: Plotinus's Guide to God-Realization," by Brian Hines).

    Recent metaphysics-based philosophers include:

    Frithjof Schuon;
    Hilary Putnam;
    Iris Murdoch;
    Alvin Plantinga;
    Omraam Aivanhov;
    G. K. Chesteron;
    C. S. Lewis.

    Among the historical figures,

    Pythagoras;
    Parmenides;
    Plato;
    Pascal;
    Saint Thomas Aquinas;
    de Chardin;
    Bergson;
    Buber;
    Rosenzweig;

    also, some metaphysics in;

    Kant;
    Hegel;
    Heidegger;
    Whitehead;
    Wittgenstein;
    Spinoza.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Could you please name 1 rule that you think everybody in the world should respect?

    Best answer: If everyone followed "The Golden Rule" all of their days, can you imagine how much better a place our world would be?!?
    Best answer: If everyone followed "The Golden Rule" all of their days, can you imagine how much better a place our world would be?!?
    35 answers · 5 days ago
  • Today was really cloudy here like ashes in the sky., Do you see weird natural phenomena sometimes?

    Best answer: Weird to me is normal, the beauty of gray skies, the rainbows in the grass. The auras around people. Anybody behind my eyes would be amazed. But I have seen the world this way for 55+ years.
    Best answer: Weird to me is normal, the beauty of gray skies, the rainbows in the grass. The auras around people. Anybody behind my eyes would be amazed. But I have seen the world this way for 55+ years.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why does nobody call me pretty if what is pretty is subjective?

    Best answer: Nobody calls me pretty either, so perhaps it isn't as entirely subjective as you might suppose. They're probably just afraid that such a compliment as calling you pretty might embarrass or offend you
    Best answer: Nobody calls me pretty either, so perhaps it isn't as entirely subjective as you might suppose. They're probably just afraid that such a compliment as calling you pretty might embarrass or offend you
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why can't people just accept the fact that the romantic type of love between a man and a woman doesn't exist?

    Best answer: Today's couples no longer know how to properly communicate and argue without going too far. They want instant gratification and lack patience. Old couples that are separated in a hospital and nursing home have been known to die of a broken heart within one day of hearing of the others death. That kind of loving... show more
    Best answer: Today's couples no longer know how to properly communicate and argue without going too far. They want instant gratification and lack patience. Old couples that are separated in a hospital and nursing home have been known to die of a broken heart within one day of hearing of the others death. That kind of loving bond is difficult to have in this text based society where both have huge expectations and little patience.
    6 answers · 23 hours ago
  • WHAT IS FREEDOM CHECK..?

    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • How can I acquire the knowledge of my ignorance?

    Best answer: How? Through education. Because the more you study and learn, the more you'll realize just how little you truly know. Trust me on that one, kiddo. I'm an old retired guy with four university degrees who's spent his life accumulating knowledge. Just be warned: pursuing wisdom is truly addictive. No... show more
    Best answer: How? Through education. Because the more you study and learn, the more you'll realize just how little you truly know.
    Trust me on that one, kiddo. I'm an old retired guy with four university degrees who's spent his life accumulating knowledge.
    Just be warned: pursuing wisdom is truly addictive. No matter how much you learn, there's always more to find out.
    And it's simultaneously frustrating, exciting - and truly humbling, too.
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is absence of evidence of a god an evidence of absence of a god?

    I think I’ve heard that in some cases, one could be the other
    I think I’ve heard that in some cases, one could be the other
    19 answers · 5 days ago