Why is it that the human beings are concern more of having than being?
If you will answer the question then you must define the distinction between having and being. I believe this will strongly gives us a direction to live a simple lives.
Unfortunately having is directly connected to freedom. People who don't have money constantly meet unpleasant situations. They end up doing what they don't want to do. Inflation crushes them. Being is great if you don't need anybody or anything. A balance of having and being with awareness may be the best choice. In that way a person can create space, be detached from the ignorance, focus on the inner life and keep the bills and expenses paid.
by Lori Dudley 2 years ago
Do you think it's possible that we as human beings will ever be a united people?It seems like we, meaning people in general, are too busy being diversified by religion, sexual orientation, political party, social status, level of wealth, etc rather than being equal in the fact that we are all human...
by Kevin Peter 5 years ago
God has created only two human beings. Then how come the next generation came into existance?Adam and Eve were the two human beings. They had only two children. Both were males. Who did they marry to form the next generation of human beings?
by Paula 2 years ago
The SOUL``Spirit. What is your understanding? Do you believe Human beings HAVE a SOULOR~Do you..believe we ARE A SOUL/Spirit at our basic core/nature, within a physical bodily form?
by Gareth Pritchard 5 years ago
Are human beings intelligent?If you consider human beings to be intelligent then please try to quantify your opinion with some from of explanation.OrIf you consider human beings to not be intelligent then please try to quantify your opinion with some from of explanation.
by mythbuster 8 years ago
Okay, so this isn't intended to be a very serious topic/thread.Go ahead and express your opinion about forum trolls:(lookit all this space that needs to be filled)
by Richard VanIngram 9 years ago
One often reads about "human nature" or claims about humans having a nature. For example: it is often said that people are, by nature, greedy or violent or what have you.Further, serious ethical claims are traditionally made in the name of human nature by claiming some actions...
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