There must be more to our mundane existence. This cannot be the beggining or the end of the journey we live for 80 or so years.
'Cause not much evidence. However your soul survives though it doesn't experience its existence in the same way you do. The soul is everything about you except your body
Why must there be something and not nothing.
The ultimate question. Suggest somewhat unsatisfactorily that there has to be a Universe, that She is the way She is because She can't be any other way
Thus with reference to Creation, there can't be nothing; She (The Universe) has always existed in one form or another while the constants assume the values they do because they're interdependent. But this leaves your question, paraphrased: Isn't there something more to the Whole Megillah than the random and seemingly meaningless bouncing of particles off one another
And if there is something why must it be something we can even comprehend?
We can comprehend anything to some extent
Enjoy what you've got.
Amen, well said Ros
Perhaps we know too much already.
Some truth to that, the contents of sausage for instance
Be grateful for the chance to die without knowing what awaits you.
The idea that something which can't be known, exists, is highly unlikely according to the general principle that given more than one speculation to account for a phenom the simplest is the most likely to eventually prove the case
Main problem is Man's inability to recognize the reality of the abstract