Tuesday, 7 July 2015

How do atheists see problems?

See who ever that person is, the problem arise from the mind. 

Let's see what is problem? 

See everybody has some pain points or other. Right? In fact, multiple pain points. Everybody has some confusion or the other. We all have strife and conflicts in life. Don't we have that? Where does all that come from? Why do we need that? Let me put it this way. Is that necessary? All the stuff that we have filled our life with, is that really necessary? Can't we do without that? It is not necessary actually. We can still do without it, yet we ask for it. There is nobody to whom problems come. We ask for the problems. And when I say, 'We', I mean the mind; the ego specifically. We ask for problems. Otherwise, how is it possible that every single living being is besotted with some or the other set of problems? How is it possible? It is only possible because we want problems. We beg for problems. We beg for suffering and pain. 

You don't need to solve the problem, you need to solve the mind that attracts the problem. 

The mind is the central problem and we don't look at that. We find great pleasure, great satisfaction and great doer-ship in solving problems. We praise somebody when we say that he is a great problem solver. If somebody is a good problem solver, it only means that he is opening himself up to receive more and more problems. 

No problem comes to you without your consent. Problems come to you because you need problems to maintain your identity. 

we don't know what to do because there is something that we want to get. How to get it is what we don't know. But when I am complete, then nothing is a problem. Somebody has rejected me, it's not a problem because no rejection can make me feel bad about myself. I don't have money, it is alright. I emerged from the soil, and existence will provide enough to feed me at least.' 

Nothing is a problem. 




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