How did the Universe begin?
This might be one of the final unanswered questions. And how do we know it even does begin? Or end? Something without beginning or end is unfathomable to us humans, whose perception is reliant on finite stretches of time. Once we die and roll back into the infinite source energy, we might find out.
What is the Universe made of?
More and more, I think not so much. That we are all one consciousness, experiencing The Simulation. Or, more excitingly, A Simulation. Simulation 3X41231d.
What is the origin of good?
Understanding that we are all one. The more we understand that you are me and I am you, the less we hurt each other. And the more we understand the concept of Ubuntu: when you succeed, I succeed.
What is the origin of evil?
Selfishness and greed. Irrational fear of "the other." The idea that when you have more, I have less. The concept of the "pie" with it's slices that must be fought over.
Is there free will?
Yes, but it's not what we think. As the source energy animates our hardware (our bodies) in a unique place and time, that source energy manifests into a life, a personality, decisions, emotions. But it's all driven by the source energy. IT has free will, not US. Because, really, there is no us.
What is the nature of the mind?
Complex Hardware. The motherboard of our bodies.
How do you find truth?
Meditate. Shush the chatter of the hardware (the brain) and tap into the source energy. Be quiet. It will tell you what you need to know.
What is the meaning of life?
To experience the simulation, learn something, and bring it back to the energy soup when we die.
What is the role of evolution?
To increase the complexity of the simulation, making it more robust and allowing us to learn quicker.
What happens after death?
We return to the energy soup, the source energy, and report back on what we learned. Then we energy a new simulation.
What is going to happen to humankind?
We will continue to contribute to the source energy's wisdom, along with the cats and dogs and trees and aliens. When the human species "dies out" then the source energy will lose a very valuable vessel.
What question is missing?
Is this all real? Or a simulation?