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My Philosophy

Length: 28 pages18 minutes


Life itself wants to live. All knowledge could be packed into a pyramid, where at the tip, only one word is present: life.

The word "life" by itself does not have enough meaning, and its definition does not give all the necessary information about its various types of existence.

Humanity has an abundance of knowledge, and yet we can detect that any doing or thinking can, in the end, be reduced to "life." Therefore, we have a hierarchy of importance.

Life will probably only be completely understood once all information has been collected, then evaluated, and associated - an impossible task, due to continuous creation of new knowledge and discoveries, and changes in perspectives, which require information to be evaluated and associated again. Perhaps a few main points will suffice to have orientation in life, and any knowledge regarding these main points can be expanded or replaced without changing the quality in understanding life significantly.

My Philosophy provides a few main points that are listed in the pyramid of knowledge directly below "life." The brief corollaries in My Philosophy may not be understood right away, and are the basis for the book Philosophy of Life, where life is addressed in more detail. It is like life itself, which can only be understood by having accumulated large amounts of information and personal experiences. The reader of My Philosophy will probably gain a deeper insight after having read Philosophy of Life and will therefore be able to compare and evaluate his personal experiences.

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