Love • Righteousness • Greed: Philosophy of Joy by Tyler Peters

Love • Righteousness • Greed: Philosophy of Joy

byTyler Peters

Kobo ebook | January 8, 2016

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The mysteries of life have fascinated many people who have devoted their whole lives to finding the truth. What is the point of living? According to the Evolution Theory, life seems a competition, as creatures fight against each other, as well as with environmental factors for fitness. The winner takes it all! Where then is the righteousness? Life is suffering, posited by Buddhism and Hinduism. We can end the suffering through the elimination of ignorance and craving. Islam believes that the purpose of life is worshiping God. Are all perceptions contradictory to each other or can they actually be reconciled?

People cannot live without spirits, which, however, are neglected by science. Spirits do not have mass, and thus do not change any laws of physics nor alter any chemical reactions. Technically speaking, the whole physical world will still be as it is without spirits. Is there any connection between spirits and science?

Are religions indispensable? Different religions or cultures may have different codes of conduct. What are the universal criteria for being right or wrong?

Today, in monetary terms, one percent of the people on Earth are worth 65 times the total wealth of the bottom half of the world's population. Is this what it is supposed to be or has something gone wrong? All other creatures do not need money in nature, but they all seem pretty happy. Is there anything we can do fundamentally to reduce the gap between the rich and the poor?

Everyone wants to be special and preferably in a leadership role if possible. In fact, you are a leader, in your own social ecosystem. Meanwhile, you are also led in other people's social ecosystems. Are you aware of this?

Do we need more drugs to be healthy? What are the radical reasons for sickness?

These subjects seem irrelevant to each other, while the fact is otherwise. In this book, all of them are interpreted systematically, with the aid of brand new concepts and discoveries, which hopefully will offer you a refreshing view of the world. More importantly, putting the ideas into practice will definitely make a difference.

Title:Love • Righteousness • Greed: Philosophy of JoyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 8, 2016Publisher:Tyler PetersLanguage:English

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