You are told to love your neighbour as yourself. How do you love yourself When I look into my own mind, I find that I do not love myself by thinking myself a dear old chap or having affectionate feelings. I do not think that I love myself because I am particularly good, but just because I am myself and quite apart from my character. I might detest something which I have done. Nevertheless, I do not cease to love myself. In other words, that definite distinction that Christians make between hating sin and loving the sinner is one that you have been making in your own case since you were born. You dislike what you have done, but you don't cease to love yourself. You may even think that you ought to be hanged. You may even think that you ought to go to the Police and own up and be hanged. Love is not affectionate feeling, but a steady wish for the loved person's ultimate good as far as it can be obtained.
Are not lifelong friendships born at the moment when at last you meet another human being who has some inkling (but faint and uncertain even in the best) of that something which you were born desiring, and which, beneath the flux of other desires and in all the momentary silences between the louder passions, night and day, year by year, from childhood to old age, you are looking for, watching for, listening for You have never had it.
The meaning of the manaas existence is of not being lonely even if he is solitary to the universe through vanity. Thus, the meaning of manaas existence is the vanity of everything not only the vanity of his own existence. This vanity of all involves the Universe, with all his galaxies, with all its great stars, Universe that would have never existed had not been Known by man, because if this Universe or any other universe for that matter is not known, he cannot exist, because it exists as long as we know it.Before we were born, did we know anything on this Universe At least in this life we do not know what we knew of the universe, as we do not know what the dead ones know about this universe. All we can do is to imagine thinking on the lives before or after us. Even if I believe in before and after lives, I cannot claim to know id my soul and the souls of others see the same universe we see here. Considering even the fact that in such Knowledge there would be some disagreements, the concerned universe would change, would be shaped according to those disagreeing ideas.
Not even man that will re-find himself will be able to remove the vanity from this diabolic world, but he can change it from a vanity of his ideological debauchee into a vanity of self reconciliation. The divinity in man cannot admit vanity and thus it will try to replace it with new reasons for which we are born, but it will finally understand that everything is a big vanity and a great sin that no longer belongs to us but to the print that whispered our existence, full of the thorns of the moments that hunt us.