Question: How much sacrifice do we need in our life? Answer: I do not know how to quantify it, but the bottom line is that we need to sacrifice our “self” to live. Since we are all born with an inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric and subjective nature, with the “EGO” that distorts, corrupts everything we … More Necessary Self-Sacrifice
Question: What are the biggest global priorities? Answer: There is only one “great global priority”: reaching a global unity, unprecedented mutually responsible and mutually complementing global cooperation above and despite our inherently egocentric, self-serving, self-justifying nature separating us, rejecting us from one another. Since we are all sitting on the same – presently sinking – … More Global Priority: Adapt To Global World By Mutual Integration
Question: What is something that you learned in your career that you would make the world a better place if everyone knew it? Answer: Both through my medical work, and through the unique scientific wisdom I study that teaches us the most important laws, principles of Natural reality I have learned, that the single most … More The Power Of Human Connection
Question: How much control does a person have over their life? Answer: Interestingly most people would say that at least to a certain degree they are in control of their lives. After all if we did not feel so we would not be able to exist! There is no conscious Human being that would be … More Happily Giving Up Control
Question: Why do we learn from questions more than anything? Answer: In order to learn, to receive knowledge, wisdom we have to have a need, a true lack for that knowledge, wisdom. The question signifies that need, lack which then can be filled with the received knowledge and wisdom which we will use in practice … More A Question Needs An Answer
Question: Do you worry about your future self? Answer: Yes, very much so. This is why I planted myself into a unique, mutually supportive, mutually complementing environment, which – as an incubator – can manufacture from my inherently selfish, egoistic raw material the best Human being I can become.
Question: Can persistence always be a substitute for talent? Answer: Yes, especially if the persistence is done through a purposeful, mutually supportive, mutually complementing environment. It is even more so if our goal is to become “truly Human” which means full integration with other similarly inclined Human beings. In that context inherent, individual talent serves … More Persistence In The Right Environment Substitutes Talent