Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
The SIX things I'd gladly do without: Questions such as the one
above, ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto.
Apart from that, I probably should give a reason: That question
indicates the preconception of the presence of unhealthy
I would not mind spending the rest of my life with meditation
within a Buddhist monastery or solitary confinement, but I do not
accept the idea, that the direct struggle for attaining nirvana
(for 'oneself' and for all beings) is life's sole purpose, though
one might be tempted to think so, after having experienced very
positive states of mind through meditation. While speaking of
"life's purpose" I do not mean my own life only, but all of