Writer Shafali Anand answers some difficult existential questions with all her biases intact. Existential questions are related to our existence and our beliefs about the existence of everything around us. Questions such as:
Why do we exist?
What is the purpose of life?
Is there a God?
What happens to us when we die?
We seldom ask these questions in the prime of our youth. It’s only when we are faced with our own mortality, through the death of a near one (usually a parent,) that we begin to ask these questions.
What is an Existential Crisis? Existential Crisis is what we experience when we start waking up with an uncomfortable feeling that life is gradually losing its sheen. We begin to wonder why we exist, what is the purpose of life,… Continue Reading →
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