Question: What’s a quote that you really like? Answer: The following quote from Einstein: “A person starts living only when he managed to surpass himself.” Our inherently introverted, self-serving, self-judging and subjective nature makes us similar to cancer cells, especially in the globally integrated, interdependent world we evolved into. Thus by default we are not … More Life Outside Of Oneself
Question: What support and guidance can you give to a loved one having a crisis of identity and purpose? Answer: To anybody who has a crisis of identity, purpose I would say, that it is impossible to find our identity, purpose alone. We exist in a fully integrated, interdependent world – which we have just … More Finding Our True Identity, Purpose
Question: What are the signs that a person has bad intentions in every day life? Answer: I agree with you that intentions are more important than actions, but it is impossible to see, perceive the intention of another. In order to sense the intentions we need to enter a deeper, more internal layer of consciousness, … More Going “Behind The Scenes” To Locate The Intentions
Question: Do you have a person in your life who, no matter how happy or good of a mood you are in, just brings you down? If so, how do you manage them? Answer: Yes. This person is me. Even in the best, most perfect moments the “devil in me” can find an excuse to … More Self-Spoiler
Question: Other than the natural effects of aging (health issues), what bothers you the most about getting old? Answer: What “bothers” me about “getting old”, is that I do not know what “old” means. As you said there are the obvious “effects of aging” as our physical body becomes less able to perform certain functions, … More How Do We Define “Old”?!
Question: Is there an objective truth of looking at life/things and if so, what is it? Answer: We have a problem with “objective truth” since our perception of reality is 100% personal, subjective while for a “truth” to be established we would also need some absolute standard. So we neither can look at reality objectively, … More The Problem With Objective Truth
Question: What do you think would be the hardest thing for you to give up? Answer: My “self”. By default – according to our inherently self-centered, self-serving, self-protective and self-justifying nature – our “self”, self-esteem, our “honor” is our greatest treasure, which we guard, raise all the time. We have countless examples how this can … More Giving Up The Self