Is there a morality that is not within the area of thought? Our morality is relative. If freedom is a reaction from depression, loneliness, it is only a response a conditioning. Choice is not freedom. Is it possible to change now without the concept of tomorrow? If there is such fundamental change, there is freedom. What is the cause of suffering, and why has not man resolved it after such a long duration of time? Pain acts on the nerves, and our thinking becomes a process of shrinking. That loneliness brings about a sense of wanting to be helped. The desire to be helped is one of the causes of suffering. Where there is attachment, there must be sorrow. If one is free from that sorrow completely, what effect has that on the world? is love pleasure, possessiveness, attachment, or is it something outside the brain? Can there be compassion if one is attached to one’ religion, one’s guru or beliefs? If we understand the nature of ending something, that brings tremendous vitality, energy.