I am contemplating about achieving something.

Achieving something on condition is a lot, even everything, then how about achieving something which unconditional?

For example, happy, true happiness can only be achieved if we do not set conditions! Because once the conditions are set, true happiness is impossible to achieve. What else? Besides being happy, is it just to go to hell that is also unconditional? Is true happiness in the same class or alike as go to hell? Or is it supposed to go to heaven? or…

Illustration by Albert Herdie  – Digital painting from part of Games From Paradox series – Digging With A Sweep.

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  1. Oh yes! The age old conundrum, light and dark, good and evil, heaven and hell. This reminds of the illusion of “perfection” in humans. Preposterous! Humans are frail and flawed by Nature, therefore, human perfection can only be perceived as the act of trying, never perfectly achieving but, trying with focus, intent and determination. This act of “trying ones best” is the equivalent of human perfection.
    Likewise, happiness, true happiness, like perfection is subjective and ideally one should be able to summon it on command,…or maybe that’s just me…Great art! Timeless topic. X/!

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