The Human’s Guide to Humans Religion A Self-PursuitStep 1: Prepare yourself 1- Ignore everything you have been taught before, some are right, some are wrong, and all are relative and personal 2- Impede judging others and criticizing their own lives and try to focus on yourself. 3- Isolate yourself from all the outside imposed effects and learn the “Tabula Rasa”, or the white paper.Step 2: Ask, seek, and observeStart with: 1- Who am I? 2- How to live? 3- How to Die? 1. Self-Realization: To realize that you are not owned by yourself because what kind of possession has an expiration date? The more you thrive your ego, the more subconsciously miserable you live, seeking placebo happiness from a consumption way of living. 2. Life: To bestow all of yourself to whom you’ve loved so nothing, from you, is remained for you. Most of the human behavior is determined simply by following others. We find models that we imitate. Who is your influencer? Who lived and loved perfectly that you needed to follow and live his model? Do you love because of the natural human empathy? Will you still have these caring feelings when you yourself are in need? 3. Death: To release yourself from the crucial feeling to the mutual feeling. If losing others is naturally painful. They could be relatives, organs, or abstracts. Accordingly, losing the whole self is implicitly fearful (as a collection of all pains). Unless, you know in advance, and also subconsciously, that you have nothing to own (especially your own self). Like before you were born, death is not an end but continuity to the eternal life.