What is the purpose of life? For what reason do we exist? These are the questions Hans-Juergen Strichow addresses in his search for the answer to Why Do We Live? With his thorough analysis of conceptual ideas of physics, metaphysics, survival of the fittest, and the fulfilment of needs and wants, we are not only witnessing a new body of knowledge (or science) relating to why we exist on this planet, but also the existence of a God (or Grand Designer of everything there is), the key to which lies in the irrefutable connection between 'The Human Condition' and 'The Grand Order of Design'. Further proof is provided by ‘Why' the businesses of industry and government operate the way they do, and what purposes they provide for humanity. Strichow touches on global crises of poverty, climate control, and economic woes; postulates on the strategy of government, religion, and education; and theorises on the different role players in business. From well-researched fact sharing, and from retelling memories of his own youth, adolescence, and adulthood, we see examples of how symptom bearers and problem solvers will always fluctuate in the way they seek the answer to their 'Ultimate Purpose in Life.'
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