Good that you have no more questions. That’s my whole effort here – to help you to become questionless. I am not here to supply you with answers, because no answer can be the answer. All answers in their own turn will create more questions. It is a non-ending process, it goes on ad infinitum. One question is answered, the answer creates more questions. They are answered and those answers create still more questions.
The whole history of philosophy is nothing but creating more and more questions. The old ones are not solved. The questions remain the same as they were in the days of Solomon, as they were in the days of Vedas. They remain the same as they were in the days of Manu, Mahavira and Mohammed. They have not changed. Of course, they have become multiplied. The old are there, new have bubbled up. And those new have bubbled up out of the old questions. The old questions were answered, those answers created new ones.
This is the difference between philosophy and religion. Philosophy tries to answer your questions. Religion tries to make you aware that questions cannot be solved, they have to be dropped. And in their dropping is the solution. And a questionless mind is a mind who has arrived home.
So the real thing is to look deep into your questioning. They are all absurd. From the very beginning they are doomed. They cannot be answered; their very formulation is such.
For example you ask, “Who created the world?” Now this is a foolish question, it is absurd. It cannot be answered. The way it is asked prohibits its answer. If somebody says, “God created the world,” you will ask the same question about God – “Who created God?” And if the person becomes angry – as so-called religious people become angry if you ask them “Who created God?” – then they are simply showing that they are afraid.
They are afraid that you may be bringing the question back again. Somehow they have tried to solve it, somehow they pretend that they have solved it – and you are bringing the question again. Again the anxiety, again the worry. They become angry. They don’t want you to open that Pandora’s box again. Somehow they are sitting on the lid. They have closed it: God created the world. They also know that the question still remains relevant.
If to ask “who created the world?” is relevant, then “who created God?” is also relevant. The question is the same. Now if you say “A created God,” then you ask, “Who created A?” Say B. Then who created “B?” It goes on and on. It is a foolish question.
I am not here to answer your foolish questions. I am here just to show it to you – that they are foolish. In that understanding, they drop.
When I am answering you, in fact I am not answering you. I am just trying to make you a little more aware about your question, so that you can see that in the very asking of it you are entering into a ditch, and you will never be able to get out of it unless you drop the question.