The civilization on our planet isn’t the first one to have existed. Certainly, since science is still young and provides no proof regarding these civilizations, it denies their prior existence.
While I was in high school, I was deeply interested in Buddhism. When I went to university, I became a bit more involved and tried to become a Zen student disciple.
Something has caught my attention for a long time now: The quotes and writings on people’s social networking pages.
So far, I have explained and explained, yet no one has asked, “Okay my good friend. You have shown us how to charm that spiritual woman. What if you were to categorize them? So we would know who to approach and how to approach her.” To answer this, our topic this time will be the different types of spiritual women.
The unknown is what deep down drives us to continue exploring our potential. Our hearts yearn for new possibilities and experiences. The problem of our modern world now is that living has become quite easy and comfortable for many of us.
Our choices determine our destinies, and everything we experience happens as a result of our own actions. The law of cause and effect always works in the same way for everyone.
From time to time, while describing themselves to me, my clients say things like, “I'm very opinionated," or “I have a hard time concentrating,” using very clear-cut terms.
The entire universe is the space where uncertainties, not definitions, become alive. Variations in the essence of life make it impossible for a clear and distinct state to exist. Even solid matter is in constant change. The only constant is change.
Here is the second part of our interview started in the 5th issue of The Wise: Farewell to the Dark Ages.
Those who devote themselves to the spiritual life also care about the language of symbolism. They perceive everything as a sign or a message from the universe.
In almost every country in the world, the Internet has become a widely used and inseparable part of our lives. Now we can also easily connect using mobile telephones and tablet computers, the Internet is even more versatile.
This time I’d like to try analyzing a topic that I call, “The Soul, the Internet, and the Soul of the Internet.”The first question that arises is: Does the Internet even have a soul?