The Meaning of Life

Plato, the Greek philosopher, explored the human condition 2000 years ago. He described it as all humankind living in a cave where a fire blocked the exit. The fire is said to be the shining light of truth, making the imperfections of human life visible. Humanity hid deeper and deeper inside the darkness of the cave, hiding imperfections by hiding from the light.  

In the allegory, Plato tries to portray mistaking shadows for the real thing. Thus, the central understanding of the allegory provides evidence we have always been ignorant about the true nature of our reality.

The human condition’s general role has been defined by flowing between Love and Hate emotions, thought to be central to the condition. Thus creating conflict and resolution.

Many stories revolve around this understanding, and in the world of fiction writing, it’s said in literature circles every plot has been covered. This aspect of being human – our emotional responses – creates conflict, which becomes the foundation of the plot of every story ever written.

There are no new subject matters, only new twists., this could be true. But what if our understanding of the world had somehow malfunctioned, at least 2000 years ago and took a wrong turn itself? Where exactly would it leave us and what would it mean?

There is nothing which describes the human condition more fittingly than the model of of which you are about to conclude within the book Kruyology – NOTHING.

It’s time we stopped and looked inside. We need to look at the drivers of every single action we are ever to experience in every slice of time.

The nature of this work is to look at how we operate within the confines of what we have been programmed with, and conclude where we might have gone very wrong.

Do you have the courage to act differently, whilst the rest remain the same?

Do not Fear change. It’s our only constant.