Arranging your mind, brushing off the lingering pain, seems like folding the blankets and positioning your pillows: you wonder how not to use the same side of the pillow the coming evening, and you arrange the pillows accordingly.
And so, we exist because we acknowledge we can see. But can we perceive? For example, we close our eyes and we sense wind or noise, or we smell our cooking from the stove.
Existence is measured by begin life and end life. It is another way of saying, we are born from our parents and we eventually expire, usually called clinical death.
It is beguiling that we change skin every day and at each moment, we are undergoing change so that we are not the same person as it was a moment ago. We shed at least 200 million dead cells regularly on a 24 hour basis.
Is religion taught then? Is religion acquired? Experienced? Tested? Verified? Or, what your parents tell you or instruct you?