What is the saddest thing in life?

– Xochielt Sanchez

Answer by Justin Dunn:

That god (the multi-versal, infinite, encompassing all that is manifest and unmanifest version) is fundamentally alone.

Whatever that consciousness is, it knows all things that have happened, could have happened, are happening, will happen and could happen. Every smaller form of consciousness, every subatomic particle, and all the empty space in existence are within this entity.

It is everything and nothing, and it’s all alone.

Makes sense why life exists in the variety of forms that it does (and we only know of an infinitesimally small fraction of it). It’s this supreme consciousness, experiencing itself as separate entities to mask it’s fundamental loneliness.

Or at least that’s how I’ve come to see things.

It’s beyond sad, but it makes me appreciate all my experiences, even the really bad ones.

What is the saddest thing in life?


Xochielt Sanchez


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