The Purpose of Life is to Be a Nobody
Zat Rana

The ego, intellect, emotions and the senses these are the means by which we experience the world. What is doing the experiencing? We are insignificant and what would nature do if we ceased to define our illusion with one less label? There is an experience, a witness who resides in the seat of the soul. The effect of cognizing the witness in life is humbling to the mechanism of experience. What can reduce our perception, our experience mentally and physically and allow us to glimpse that of which we are but a speck? We can not surgically remove misperception; how can we transcend ourselves? Did Plato’s dialectic work? Ignorance of one’s true nature creates a world of difficulties.

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