Every culture has its own beliefs about life. Our cultural beliefs have been shaped by science and the concept of “objective reality”. Human life, we are told, emerged from the big bang, evolution and the survival of the fittest. Life is random. It has no meaning.
But this picture is incomplete. Most of us have experienced love, wonder, joy and awe. Where do these fit in? On this, science has little to say.
There is a universal life all around us. We can’t see it or hear it, but we can feel it. We can feel that there is a oneness to all life. It is time for us to experience all that life has to offer.
There are no fixed answers to these questions. What is true for one person may not be true for another. The process of answering these questions helps us focus our lives. Resource for Life offers us a framework for answering these questions.
Resource for Life is not a religion, a philosophy or a movement. It asks nothing from us. It is a framework — a lens for viewing our life. It is as simple as that.
Resource for Life is nine interrelated websites that explore — each from its own unique perspective — the mystery of consciousness and its relationship to the body.
These nine websites help us answer the three most important questions in life.