The Laws of Life
The Mystery of Life’s Purpose
At some point in each individual’s life on Earth they undoubtedly and eventually come around to question their purpose for existing. The basis of this profound question usually begins with thoughts centered around- the reason why am I here, and my purpose in what appears as an experiential journey through this mystery we call life.
Many of us have experienced these seemingly bizarre moments of life in which we find ourselves reaching for answers to help solidify our existence permitting us to feel as though we are not building our lives on sifting sand. Although these moments in life allow for a conscious awakening that demands our attention, they are often masked or shrouded throughout our lives as momentous events.
It does not always happen this way because many apparently mundane moments within our lives carry the seed of questions yet unanswered- and if we look closely, profound answers are lovingly contained in those special moments of time. Having exposed in a previous article, Timewave Zero the premise that our universe and all within it is being sourced continuously from the same fountain of life through cycles, it surely makes plausible sense to conclude certain natural laws of life govern our existence and could very well offer solace in a turbulent sea of life’s questions. It is through the proper understanding and personal application of these “Laws of Life” that enable us to live life fully in the moment appreciating the journey of life right where we find ourselves at any given moment, in the Now. However, it must be added, we still live in a delicate world that requires of us to plan for a future while co-existing in the moment.
Why Fear Laws When You Can Make Them Your Friend?
It is a universal truth that human civilization always needs a ruler. Without a ruler, no civilization can exist. Even the greatest civilization breaks, when the ruler becomes weak. The human beings had been ruled by every possible being in the past. They have been ruled by kings, queens, dictators, Bishops, Priests, Prophets, dacoits, thugs, communists or elected representatives. Yet all the rulers had been human beings whom we could know and identify.
The modern world is ruled by Laws instead of human beings. Most civilized nations take pride in claiming that they have the rule of law instead of the rule of any individual. Laws have become so supreme that even the real rulers like Presidents and Prime Ministers are supposed to be subordinate to it. Thomas Fuller, an English churchman and historian rightly expressed the ethos of rule of law in the following words
“Be you ever so high, the law is above you”.