At the beginning

Every new thing is becoming old and finally broken.
You will have fresh feeling when you have just moved new house but it is getting older as time goes passing by and the less fresh feeling you have the house is getting older and finally it is going to be broken as your fresh feeling is disappearing.
You will have fresh feeling when you have just bought new furniture but it is getting older as time goes passing by and the less fresh feeling you have the furniture is getting older and finally it is going to be broken as your fresh feeling is disappearing.
You will have fresh feeling when you have just bought new electric appliance but it is getting older as time goes passing by and the less fresh feeling you have the electric appliance is getting older and finally it is going to be broken as your fresh feeling is disappearing.
You will have fresh feeling when you have just bought new car but it is getting older as time goes passing by and the less fresh feeling you have the car is getting older and finally it is going to be broken as your fresh feeling is disappearing.
You will have fresh feeling when you have just fallen in love with new lover but it is getting older as time goes passing by and the less fresh feeling you have the lover is getting older and finally you are saying good-bye.
You will have fresh feeling when you are going to make new journey but the journey is consumed as time goes passing by and the less fresh feeling you have the journey is reaching the terminal station and finally you are feeling melancholy.
Everything in a life is beginning at the feast and ending at the after feast.
Everything in a life is making repetition between the feast and the after feast.
Buddha had known about death when he was 28 years old and after that shocking moment he dumped away everything such as family, house and country and left for seeking the meaning of life.
Everything in a life is making repetition between the feast and the after feast.
Why is it so?
This is the theme for this book to find the answer to the question.

September 13 2011 Satoshi Nitta


Chapter 1 Why do you live? Chapter 51 Human society
Chapter 2 The law of energy Chapter 52 Natural universe & Human universe
Chapter 3 Religion must disappear in the 21st century Chapter 53 Modern science universe & Nitta universe
Chapter 4 Upside-down life Chapter 54 Ultimate philosophical universe
Chapter 5 God is the director of movie Chapter 55 Buddha V.S. Modern scientists
Chapter 6 Philosophy (Real learning) VS Science (False learning) Chapter 56 Newly-born human
Chapter 7 Human common sense with full of contradiction Chapter 57 Reversal idea makes your life change
Chapter 8 The first step to be done everyday Chapter 58 To live = to move & To die = to stop
Chapter 9 Four kinds of alternatives life Chapter 59 Reality and Dream
Chapter 10 Minimum unit of soul Chapter 60 So-called reality and Real reality
Chapter 11 Minimum unit of soul is always awaking Chapter 61 A life to eat and to be eaten & A life to just eat
Chapter 12 It is not absolutely necessary to fear death Chapter 62 A life of rich & A life of poor
Chapter 13 Other universe than our universe Chapter 63 A life of healthy & A life of ill
Chapter 14 Motion universe & Static universe Chapter 64 A life of "I wish if only I were happy!" & A life of "I wish if first others were happy!"
Chapter 15 What is death? Chapter 65 Self conscious is the biggest enemy
Chapter 16 Proximate theory & Perfect theory Chapter 66 Two kinds of world
Chapter 17 Proximate theory (Science) → Perfect theory (philosophy) Chapter 67 Horizontal universe & Vertical universe
Chapter 18 "Real self" = only one & "False self" = multiple Chapter 68 Battle between Buddha V.S. Modern scientists is very clear
Chapter 19 Our universe is imaginary so called reality Chapter 69 How is modern science going to say?
Chapter 20 Motion physics (Imaginary learning) & Static physics (Substantial learning) Chapter 70 What is the Nobel Prize?
Chapter 21 Is the law of entropy is substantial? Chapter 71 Identity of modern science
Chapter 22 The law of entropy is upside-down Chapter 72 Heart Sutra's view of universe
Chapter 23 Eternal self Chapter 73 Complementary & Antinomy
Chapter 24 So-called reality (Falsity) & Reality (reality) Chapter 74 Buddha's universe & Scientist's universe
Chapter 25 World of "Heart Sutra" Chapter 75 Buddha/Nitta's universe & Scientist's universe
Chapter 26 Buddha Versus Modern science Chapter 76 "Now & here" & Past/present/future
Chapter 27 Zero-dimensional point universe
Chapter 28 There is no dimension at all
Chapter 29 Who gave the birth of time?
Chapter 30 Death = "Now & here" & Life = present
Chapter 31 Death = So-called reality = present image = phenomenon
Chapter 32 Point and Line
Chapter 33 Plane and Space
Chapter 34 Time & Space
Chapter 35 Image & Image of image
Chapter 36 Vertical image & Horizontal image
Chapter 37 "Time" is not 4th dimension
Chapter 38 There was no birth of universe!
Chapter 39 Imaginary universe & Substantial universe
Chapter 40 Association world & Concentration world
Chapter 41 Enlightenment
Chapter 42 3 minutes → 3 seconds & 3 seconds → 3 minutes
Chapter 43 Meaning of intelligent human life = Understanding of death
Chapter 44 To live a death = Understanding of death
Chapter 45 Death = substance & Life = image
Chapter 46 Selfish human = Robot-like human
Chapter 47 Real human = Awaking human
Chapter 48 Real self is neither aging nor dying
Chapter 49 Man lives upside-down
Chapter 50 Natural society


At the end

We have found out the answer.
We can live a life without time.
We have lived a life in the world controlled by time.
Hence,
Every new thing is becoming old and finally broken.
The more aging we are the less our vitality is becoming and goes to die in final.
It is because we have lived a life in thinking of past/present/future.
If we can live a life at "now & here",
Every new thing neither becoming old nor finally broken as well as the more aging we are the less our vitality neither becoming nor goes to die in final.
We cannot realize that we have lived a life in two kinds of world.
We have misunderstood that we have lived a life in thinking of past/present/future notwithstanding the fact that we have lived a life at "now & here".
Now let's get down in the right track at "now & here"


November 27 2011 Satoshi Nitta