Question: What is the most neglected resource which is available to everyone? Answer: The mutually supportive, mutually complementing interconnection with other people. Our inherently proud, individualistic, egocentric and subjective nature prevents us from using this crucial resource, cutting us off our true life source.
Question: On a scale of 1-100, up to what extent can someone control their destiny? Answer: Since we have evolved into a fully integrated and interdependent global Human society, which is embedded into Nature’s integral, deterministic system, alone our ability to control our destiny is absolutely zero. On the other hand if we become similar … More Learning To Control Our Destiny
Question: How important is it that every citizen tries to be a good citizen? Answer: As others already pointed out, a society cannot function without its members keeping certain laws that facilitate the optimal function of that society, maintaining its integrity, security, development. Today in a world that has become completely integrated and interdependent it … More Becoming Good Citizens
Question: What are the major issues of every society? What are the names of those countries that face these issues? Answer: Today all nations, cultures, societies face the same issues without exception. In a fully integrated and interdependent world, where everybody has become responsible for everybody else we are recognizing – through the developing crisis, … More The Major Issue Of Each Society
Question: How has the world gone mad and the system broken? Answer: In truth we have been played. Natural evolution “created” the Humans with an insatiable selfish desire for egoistic pleasures and placed us into this real life “Garden of Eden” saying: “Here you go everything is open, free to take, enjoy!” Thus for millennia … More A Purposefully Broken World
Question: What is a good way to expose people to viewpoints that they might disagree with? Answer: Inviting people with differing, even opposing viewpoints to a uniquely organized and moderated workshop, round table discussion. There each can practice and experience seeing, tasting things from the viewpoints of others until they mutually build a completely new, … More Round Method
Question: Should you take responsibility for things in your life that you feel are not your fault? Answer: “Unfortunately” we do not have a choice in the matter. As we have evolved into a fully interdependent, integrated system, where the so called “butterfly effect” works with full force, we are all personally responsible for everything … More Absolute Mutual Responsibility