What is the most difficult question to answer?

The most difficult question to answer is one that we all seek to get the answer to in life. 

Will this work? Will it be successful? Will I……? Essentially, any question that involves anything beyond now.

The reason for that, is that ‘now’ exists, as the only time we know anything, as it is the only time we are alive and the only time we experience anything. When the future comes, it is now, always. But until it comes it is not real and therefore there can not be an answer. There is no future beyond our minds.

The lack of an answer is the challenge as it creates a psychological fear in us that we can not deal with. This leads to emotions such as worry, anxiety, apprehension, nervousness and so on, which in turn creates turbulence in the physical body and suffering in the mind.

The human mind thrives on black and white, it needs certainty and answers to save its poor little friend the ego from any risk to its existence.

We can not answer the question about the future and that is why it is the most difficult question and best left to never be asked.

A better question that we can answer and act on removing any fears is ‘What can I do now?’.

Knowledge is suffering

There does not have to be an answer, there does not have to be a beginning, middle and end. The ego demands an answer so we know and can be superior over others who don’t know.

The mind always needs an answer and it feels out of control if there isn’t one, it feels threatened and it does not like it.

Knowledge isn’t power, it’s suffering. There will always be someone who knows more or something you don’t…it’s all about the mind and being superior. Wisdom comes from our soul and we have wisdom from the day we are born to the day we die. Knowledge is of the mind and is not relevant to anything other than the mind obsessed non-reality that we spend in our heads. Knowledge is always subjective and who really knows or cares what is right or wrong? It really does not matter but we are conditioned and controlled by it.

Ignorance is bliss, not knowing or caring. Letting go and just being is the route to inner peace, pure joy and consciousness.