The Validity of Questions

The pain is going on in one’s brain. It is more intense on the right side of head. Almost one inch under the surface. It is not static but rather a movement. It is not lying there but moving back and forth in a subtle path. Mind is leaving the individual identity and entering into a new dimension. A new dimension which is not a part of particular mind but a universal mind. A dimension which is not put together by thoughts but already exists there. Continue reading “The Validity of Questions”

Problems Are Not Problems

I got an invitation from a friend to take part in a discussion. The discussion is about Buddha’s birthplace. I don’t know why everyone wants to argue about this matter. Many intellectuals will gather in this discussion and will put their opinions and logic to decide something. I wonder why they waste time in this kind of stupidity. I want to ask simply, is this related to fundamental problems of man? One cannot find anything out of these kinds of discussions. We are living in a world which is full of problems. We face so many problems in our daily life, in every minute. Our life has become a complete disorder and we are crossing all the limits of insanity. Can one find out the solution of our fundamental problems out of these discussions? The answer is no; absolutely no. Continue reading “Problems Are Not Problems”

Questions Make Us Free

Personally, I like questions more than answers. Questions are the keys to unlock the mystery of the unknown. But the most important point is how one deals with the question? The usefulness of question totally depends on the person who is handling it. Questions are like fire, one has to be very careful while approaching. Continue reading “Questions Make Us Free”