WHAT THE BLEEP!
What the bleep!
How does a baby white rhino get born?
What are they talking about as they graze? Same kinda things families talk about at dinner?
The What-the-bleep-do-we-know movie causes one to easily ask the great life questions. Have you watched it or read their book?
I am in no way advertising or marketing for What-the-Bleep-Do-We-Know movie and book. But I learnt a great deal from both and as a Life Coach I can't just let it pass.
For example in chapter one of the book the main question that runs through is whether we make reality or whether reality makes us?
The authors present issues for Science and Religion. They say that Science assumes that what it knows today may be proved wrong tomorrow and the theories of yesterday are today’s platforms. And that Science progresses by asking questions and challenging the assumptions and truths of a given time.
My take on this?! At personal level we should adopt the same approach of asking questions and challenging the currently held truths.
• Who am I? as opposed to who we are (tribes, nations, families, wives, husbands, children and so on)
• What is the purpose of my life? and what is my spiritual path that will guide me to know and achieve it?
• Why am I here?
• What is the point?
• How does this work?
Questions are the precursor in every branch of human knowledge because they open up to what we previously did not know and are the only way to the unknown.
Some of the reasons why we don’t ask include:
• Not asking out of fear of the answer or of not getting the answer. Or getting an answer we do not even know, yet we are afraid on knowing
• Not asking because we are so sure we know
• Not asking because we are full of ideas and opinions
Not knowing is looked upon as bad, some kind of failure, instead of as a not-yet-knowing stage/state which evetually leads to the knowing stage
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