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Why do we exist What is the aim of the human kind What is the meaning of life Those are the questions every person thinks of at some point in its life World religions try to give answers to these questions Art and science give us some interpretations of the meaning of life as well Ever since humanity exists individuals tried to capture their thoughts and ideas about life Hesses book Siddharta is one of the most successful trials of explaining the concept of life love and the divine Since the nature of words is in fact very limited we cant find definite answers to the above questions as we can find the answer to a mathematical equation Still the story of Siddhartha gives to me personally a very close insight in the nature of Being A good amount of imagination and unprejudiced mind is necessary to understand the concepts of this and similar writings Religions of any kind which existed ever since there is humanity tell us that the meaning of life is to follow the rules of God or to reach God That is the unique similarity of all religions Every believer is promised a reward for his lifelong faith in the Almighty That is what I believe too but I think that its free to everyone to decide who this God is and how to reach him For me God is everything in us and around us God is the law according to which everything happens evolves and ceases to be God is the law of nature so it is in no means with the human sciences of the nature Above all God is love towards everything that exists Siddhartha experienced that love in the moment of his enlightenment Jesus Mohamed Krishna and other spiritual leaders too did experience and share this love with the people around them What the leaders of churches made out of those peoples teachings is another story
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