Kwang Khim Chua

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

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Kwang Khim Chua
Posted over 1 year ago
Why are we here?
Dear Scot, Like I said, you go on your own journey while I go on mine, because as you have seen in so many debates be it in TedTalks or some where else, people will not agree. What I do know is, I am living my life the way I have been programmed to do, just like the ants, the bees etc and I am impacting other peoples lives positively and that is what matters most to me.
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Kwang Khim Chua
Posted over 1 year ago
Why are we here?
I believe we are just one of the many species in this world that has been created for a specific purpose. Bees, tigers, insects etc are going about their given roles every day and so are we. To understand why there are groups of human beings doing different things everyday instead of the same thing since we are all human, let me use an analogy to explain. To me, different groups of humans are akin to the various types of cells in a tadpole egg; they may look the same structurally, but there is a group of cells in the egg that are programmed to eventually become the eye of the tadpole and another group of cells programmed to be the fin. I believe both these group of cells will never be able to see themselves as part of the tadpole. I don't think these cells will ever ask what their purposes are. I don't think it serves me any purpose to find out my purpose in this world because I will never know and I am not programmed to discover the purpose; for me those who claim they know are to me mere speculation/conjecture. Having said this, I do believe that there humans out there who are programmed to continue to want to discover where we are from .. I will just leave them to do so, while I continue my own "destined" journey.
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Kwang Khim Chua
Posted over 2 years ago
Is religion the only motivation for a person to do right? Should our morals be only based on religious belief?
I believe there are universal laws of engagement amongst humans and other beings which arise out of basic common sense thinking and they do not require religion to "certify" it to be "good practice" A very good example is, aborigines community could live in harmony by practising certain rules of engagement which although some of them mirror religious teaching, had existed way before they were exposed to religious teaching of any kind .. I rest my case