Going right to the point… Why does existence exist?
I have written that existence exists because nonexistence could not exist, but this is a false or sophistic answer. Actually Why is the wrong question. No question is the right one; in fact, the very act of questioning presumes cause and effect and is dual. (Also, the question itself comes out of perception and, of course, perception is dual.)
Better you shouldn’t ask!
Isness is the answer to the unasked and unaskable question. Isness is the resolution to the mystery of what is. What is, just is!
Here is another way to see it from my new book… Enjoy the enigma, Jeff
Room for God
Have we at last gotten to the point in history where the leading question is no longer whether or not to believe in God – but how to define God!?
The one question that rationality and science can never answer is: why is anything here? That question takes on many forms, for instance: why do we exist, why does anything exist, and why is consciousness conscious? However, whatever the form, it is still the same question; it still points to the irreducible mystery of existence itself.