The biggest question, ‘why are we here’, is asked by all at some timein their life. All want to know why we are here, why we exist andthe very reason for being alive. Why are we here? Why do wemake choices? Why do we think? Why do we see? We even atstages question why we are on this planet earth. If it is all that weknow then why do we then question the core of our existence? Whydo we not just take life for granted? See it as all that is? Why do welook beyond ourselves? Are we explorers by nature, needing newstimulation? Or is it that we are linked to memory of other experiences?There are many questions we can ask ourselves that do not seem tohave any foundation for understanding, yet for some reason it is soimportant to us. It is so important to know where we came from,why we breathe and see through our eyes. Why we are human. It isa drive inside that makes us curious to persist finding an answer.We need to know the machine not just the workings within, but thewhole model of creation.Is it possible to know such things, to find out all about existence andwhy we are here? Would it help us to understand things better?Could it change the very reason for our own understanding? Is itimportant to know the foundations even though we are the result?Would it help to enhance our lives or make us more confused of our purpose? These are all questions based on the desire we have tochange and see ourselves for who we are. We look beyondnormality for purpose and meaning. We all want a purpose to exist,to be seen as an important design of creation.I have also myself questioned life and its reasons. I asked myself very early in my life, why can I not know and understand all of life?