What would you say if I told you, “I don’t believe in a continuous state of peace. In effect, there’s no war, and peace doesn’t exist. Even if the place we call Earth is real, the life on it is completely virtual.
Buddhist thinking considers the whole of existence to be six dimensional in space-time, but it might be misleading to perceive these dimensions as physical ones.
I don’t know for how long I have been dead. Maybe it’s since my birth; maybe I’ve been dead for many lives. Maybe I came to this world alive at first, and I got lost somewhere and left myself to die.
To be universal, we need to go beyond our current wisdom. This is the only way we can reach divine wisdom and understanding. (This is the second part of the Religion of the Universe series.)
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.
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?