2017-09-15 10:00

人生三大终极题目!请!作!答!

最近几日

北京的气候好极了

天高云淡,和风丽日

正在赶稿的小编从窗口望出去

不禁叹息道

……

秋日来了

选题一个接一个的

都黄了

可是!

本着绝对不放读者鸽子的原则

小编飞速运转本身的大脑

然后

抉择发个伴侣圈求救……

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在袒露了没文化的本质之后

小编认为是时辰充分一下本身了

于是赶忙去查了一下

原本

我们广泛所认同的“人生终极三大题目”是指:


我是谁

我从那边来

我到那边去

在正确把握信息之后,我心生慨叹:神坑先生诚不欺我!公然很是之坑!

自古以来,这个题目一向困扰着哲学家和宗解说家,至今尚有许多人在苦苦求索,百思不得其解,而与之相干的谜底也是八门五花,但却广泛可信度不高。

以是,以上三问就犹如“先有鸡照旧先有蛋”一样,是道“无解题”啊!

既然云云,就更不要提“人生的终极目标与意义”了!

人的生平,岂论做什么,或巨大,或平时,全部人都将面对衰亡,每小我私人城市被时刻所忘记,消散在宇宙中,那为什还要辛辛勤苦活一遭呢?!


瓦解之余,小编的双手并没有遏制搜刮,一个不警惕点进了Quora,而且被一张图片深深吸引了 ↓ ↓ ↓

没错!思索使人饥饿,美食使我欢快,不外,更让我欢快与开心的是这张配图下面的笔墨:

题目::If we all end up dying, what's the purpose of living?

假如我们最终城市死去,在世的目标是什么?


答复:

"If you're going to run out of cake to eat, what's the purpose of eating cake?"

The purpose is to enjoy it. Having been served the above cake (or a flavor more to your liking, as you please), would you rebuff, "No thank you. There's not enough of this cake to eat forever, so there's no purpose to eating it." Of course not! Scarcity doesn't make it any less pleasurable.


Doesn't that cake look delicious? So it is with life.

请应承我从头阐释一下这个题目:
假如这块蛋糕最终照旧会被吃完,那么你吃它的目标是什么?

你的目标在于享受它。假若有人给你奉上像图上那样一块蛋糕(可能是此外口胃,随你喜好),你是否会推辞说:“不,感谢,蛋糕总有吃完的那天,,以是吃它没故意义。” 你虽然不会!它的珍稀并不会镌汰它所带来的愉悦感。

这块蛋糕看起来是不是很棒?人生也是。

一位名叫Pablo Stanley的漫画家受此答复触动,创作了一幅名为《生命与甜甜圈》的漫画

与此同时,小编还找到了更多很是棒的答复,这些答复并非执着于科学与理性,可是却可以或许触感民气,它们的意义不在于去解答什么,却能给我们一点好好去糊口的动力和勇气。

Siddharth Jain说:

“我们城市死的。但永恒从来不是我们的方针,缔造永恒才是。”

Eric Pepke说:

I see things quite the opposite. If we all lived forever, then I would wonder about the purpose. That we die means that we have a unique precious gift of life, and the purpose is to live it as well as possible.


我对这个题目的观点恰好相反。假如我们能永久在世,我才会猜疑这有什么意义。我们会死去恰好证明白生命是一件何等贵重柔美的礼品,以及尽也许过好每一天的意义地址。


Hemant Kumar Singh说:

My quest to find the answer began 6 years ago, I still haven't found the answer, but I have learnt a lot in the process, and I am happy that this question still worries me. It makes me push to explore new things, to take risks. I have no "right" answer, but maybe this will help:

Quoting Tim Minchin :

"I said at the beginning of this ramble that life is meaningless. It was not a flippant assertion. I think it’s absurd: the idea of seeking “meaning” in the set of circumstances that happens to exist after 13.8 billion years worth of unguided events. Leave it to humans to think the universe has a purpose for them. However, I am no nihilist. I am not even a cynic. I am, actually, rather romantic. And here’s my idea of romance: You will soon be dead. Life will sometimes seem long and tough and, god, it’s tiring. And you will sometimes be happy and sometimes sad. And then you’ll be old. And then you’ll be dead. There is only one sensible thing to do with this empty existence, and that is: fill it. Not fillet. Fill. It. And in my opinion (until I change it), life is best filled by learning as much as you can about as much as you can, taking pride in whatever you’re doing, having compassion, sharing ideas, running(!), being enthusiastic. And then there’s love, and travel, and wine, and sex, and art, and kids, and giving, and mountain climbing … but you know all that stuff already. It’s an incredibly exciting thing, this one, meaningless life of yours. Good luck.