Okay, so now we are making assumptions.GMSI7D wrote: ↑January 15th, 2019, 5:33 pmthank you guys for your comments because it shows that we are all in the right place to discuss the word " purpose ".
first of all, we can only live according to our understanding of life, which means that the more aware we are and the more knowledge we got, the better the understanding will be.
For example, ask freemasons about life and you will get a totaly different answer than if you ask the crowd. this is like night and day.
your answers show that you are part of the false system called "society" and you don't know that real life is the road less travelled in this system .
you think that there is no other goal or purpose in life that to live like everyone else in this system.
you think you just have to make a living, have hobbies and maybe some sex and family in your life and that's it
this is not what the masters think about life.
this system called society has hidden masters that you don't know. these guys are well informed in esoteric knowledge and reality.
you are on earth for a specific purpose and since nobody ever told you about that ( for good reasons ), your " logical" reaction is to think that i am crazy
so i will let you think about that for a while and i will drop more clues as we go along on this journey
the journey of the INTJ mind
1. I don't think you are crazy.
2. I'm curious to find out what your definition of purpose is.
3. I think what I'm trying to figure out is whether or not all the actions of society are worthless. Not too long ago I was watching videos on IQ and how the population of this planet has been separated into various groups by IQ. Among many who discused IQ was a constant reference to progress.
What is progress?
What is man's actual purpose?
Why are we separating people into various casts of intelligence?
I could dedicate myself to creating something that "improves" mankind. But then more questions arise.
Did mankind need this?
Is that an improvement?
What are the long term consequences?
Then there is the question of our intellectual status. Are we above the crowd or on different paths?
And then there is the reality of the road less traveled. There is a reason why it is less traveled. And many people have different reasons for why they didn't travel it. It costs a great deal to take that journey. And the farther you go, the more you change.
There are many false and corrupted things about society. But not everyone is participating to be a part of the group.
Have we failed if we have participated. Have we wasted our intellectual capacity by mingling with the crowd.
And finally, who are we to decide what is a waste and what is of value?
I'm so ready to discuss this, as I've grown quite tired of folk telling me that all that I am is a purposeless amalgamation of useless dreams and unfounded ambitions.