Always be prepared for the most unexpected response. Be prepared for the fact that the unexpected will be very ordinary, simple and many times flashed before your eyes, while remaining devoid of your attention.
Experience is a situation when a person becomes smarter by answering the questions that life asks him. In fact, experience is a conversation with God. Reality asks a question to God, who lives in man, and he answers through man. A person listens to these answers and becomes smarter.
Any question can be put differently in order to get the correct answer. The right answer requires the right question. A wrong question automatically generates wrong answers. For the answer is a direct consequence and the reverse side of the question.
What is a lie? An illusion? What's wrong with illusions? They honestly want to become reality, to become truth. Illusion is a fantasy and ideas, it is the basis of the human mind. Lies are symbols of the human mind.
The realization of the truth occurs through the denial of lies. The book Variothoughts is a great collection of different questions and lies. Many questions contain answers, and a lie that you can't deny is the truth.
When reading a book, often ask the question "why?» Reading Talmud, I have noticed that on average there is one very strange thought per page, in which, if you think about it, you can achieve enlightenment and joy.
The problem is not that there are no answers, the problem is that the questions are over. You are restricted by questions. That`s they that draw boundaries that you cannot cross. After all, questions generate answers and answers are a source of growth, expanding the boundaries.
As a consolation, reflexive answers work well. By affirming aloud the right of a person to suffer, it is as if you are freeing him from suffering. Now that he knows he had a right to his emotions, it'll be a relief.