This is really the only important question there is to ask, isn't it?
No, not particularly. It is a question that is boring, vague and unanswerable. "Will Deus Ex: Human Revolution be even half as good as the best video game in history?" is a question which it is far more profitable to ruminate upon.
I believe each of us has a gift. Doing this gift, one achieves a sense of happiness as well as utter timelessness. Finding one's gift will allow the spirit the freedom to soar. This is what life this life is. Find your gift and thus you find yourself. I happen to have a penchant for writing as well as a oratory skill when giving speeches. Doing your gift benefitting the world upon which we live on called earth. Reaching a heightened state of consciousness called flow. For each of us are interrelated with every other life form. Combining our gifts can also produce the added benefit of a byproduct called synergy or the synergism of which the sum is greater than the parts. This experience is as rapture, which is beyond heavenly words to describe. Only for one moment do we feel like we have experienced a little slice of heaven on earth. It is confounding as it is in effect beyond description.
I think my life is being overtaken by trembling delight.
My father wouldn't let me tremble at home; my teachers wouldn't let me tremble at school; and they certainly wouldn't let me tremble at work; and sadly even my girlfriend wouldn't let me tremble as we made love.
But I can feel the tremble starting inside. Sometimes it overwhelms me in embarrassing places, but mostly I keep it in check.
Except sometimes when I am dancing, I deliberately let myself tremble, and my whole body starts to tremble to the music. It's like a great relief, finally I am trembling and dancing with delight.
But it's a trembling that not only affects my body but affects my mind as well.
It's a little scary particularly as I don't see anyone else trembling. And with the trembling started, who knows where it might end.
Perhaps the nicest thing about trembling is that it allays my anxiety, and afterwards I feel relaxed and refreshed.
But even talking about it, I can feel myself holding my breath, for in trembling I let go of control for a while, and if I am lucky, it is only mild exhaustion that brings it to a halt.
If I am unlucky, I realise it is socially inappropriate and I cut it off.
But how lucky I am that I tremble with delight inside and am slowly and safely bringing it outside.