Knowing the Truth does not Guarantee Self-Reason for Life
- Discovery of the truth isn't like some holy grail where one suddenly becomes a total believer. Such thinking is religious and belief-based.
- Several civilizations in the past were already aware of the truth or had inklings of it and still destroyed themselves (IE: Atlantis & Mu); Knowing the truth is not enough; One must still give meaning to their own lives -- choosing their own Ziele (goals etc.) accordingly.
- Further elaborations on Self-Reason for life; Differences between what different human beings consider to be their form of "enlightenment" -- for some it can be a book, others a job, others a family, others flying out in space or perhaps their imaginative works and fiction etc.; The path to enlightenment is dependent on the self.
- True "enlightenment" and reason for life only comes from what the human being makes with what is given to him/her. The gather / collect then release / exhaust method. Further explanations.