Many humans have thought themselves out of so many natural capabilities that they had, and it’s not funny.
We’ve become too serious about life, and consequently, we’ve unconsciously abandoned almost all the powerful energies which we effectively and efficiently exhibited freely when we were children.
The term “born again” as propounded by Jesus Christ, essentially teaches us the need to return to that childish state of bliss, in order to experience paradise.
The ability to laugh hard; cry very well; play hard; marvel at life; seek knowledge without bias and prejudice; create things through imagination; explore borderless possibilities; be sensitive to existence/nature; involve with others; be sincere; forgive easily, and showcase other inherent virtues of man, are the fundamental pathways to an ecstatic mortal existence.
Don’t think too hard. Don’t be too hard on yourself. Do the very best that you can and allow life to work itself out.
Don’t become obsessed about this terrestrial and ephemeral dimension. Just ‘live’ very well and fully prepare for death.
Be like a child.