How did the Universe begin?
It never did. The beginning is just a useful language construction. Thinking about how Universe begin is, on the contrary, NOT useful. But surely a great subject for centuries of narratives. Narratives ARE useful. Paradoxes from the beginning.
What is the Universe made of?
Useful language constructions. Outside of them, a MYSTERY spreads its tentacles.
What is the origin of good?
GUARD, watchfulness, effort, hard inward work, discipline, never ending coming back to the mirror. Compassion. Cultural-social consciousness and education. Combined. A quite BORING story. The so called spontaneous good is shiny but weak.
What is the origin of evil?
Lack of GUARD, watchfulness, effort, hard inward work, discipline, never ending coming back to the mirror, compassion-combined. Lack of education in a broad sense. Easy forgetting. Carelessness. Lack of the boring work of good.
Is there free will?
Necessary and useful idea if we want talk good and evil. And we need to. So, sure there is.
What is the nature of the mind?
Divine. All is combined. If we want to talk good, evil, and freedom, we do play the spiritual game already. DIVINE.
How do you find happiness?
Meditation and mindfulness in a broad sense. Searching for the heart of gold. Your own. Fighting to be good and dancing along.
How do you find truth?
It is just a useful language construction, but hey, we are playing a spiritual game here and want to talk truth about good and evil. Find it Inside. It may reflect the outside MYSTERY.
What is the meaning of life?
Let's hope, it is linking with the OUTSIDE MYSTERY. Other-ways, Meditation and mindfulness in a broad sense. Searching for the heart of gold. Your own. Fighting to be good and dancing along.
What is the role of evolution?
If we go for the meaning and good old spiritual game, it is linking with the Outside Mystery. Other-ways, a useful language construction to watch things roll—a form of scientific narration.
What is going to happen to humankind?
Game is on, scientific or spiritual or other. Somehow I feel we have so many questions about how to live, this one I save for retirement.
What question is missing?
The scary one: Who are you?