Question: Who would you classify as the “Alpha” amongst the people you know? Answer: Due to our inherently self-justifying, proudly individualistic, egotistic nature we all consider ourselves Alpha, higher than others, and as a result we also respect, envy those who openly show this exuding self-confidence, superiority. But since we exist in a fully integrated … More How To Become A Real Alpha
Question: Is marriage necessary in life? Why or why not? Answer: Yes, it is necessary. We can define marriage as a committed, “life long” partnership of two otherwise egotistic, individualistic people. Without such a mutually committed relationship we can never learn how to make true compromises and rise above our self-serving, self-justifying instincts. Without such … More The Covenant Of Marriage As A Tool Against Egoism
Question: What’s the best, cleverest and most meaningful quotation or motto you have ever heard? Answer: The wisest, most meaningful and most important – not to mention most practical – quote, motto I have ever heard is “Love your neighbor as yourself”. And this is also the most misunderstood one. Although there is no religion, … More The Deepest, Natural Wisdom
Question: How do you recognize true wisdom? Answer: True Wisdom doesn’t belong to anybody. It is Nature’s infinite wisdom that we can attain, “download” when we – in a unique, mutually supportive, mutually complementing environment – empty ourselves of our own previously accumulated, egocentric, subjective knowledge. For this attainment we have to become similar to … More True Wisdom
Question: What was the best piece of advice you ever received? How did it change your outlook/life? Answer: “Do not look for fulfillment, happiness in yourself, but work for, facilitate fulfillment, happiness in others!” This has changed my consciousness, perception of reality from a very limited, transient, egocentric, subjective, hopeless one to an infinite, eternal, … More Best Advice: Forget About Yourself!
Question: When does “listening” really matter? Answer: Listening really matters when we listen with the intention to hear and feel. Listening becomes useful when we listen with a true intent, wanting to sense, taste the desires, needs and viewpoints of others. Through such a purposeful listening we can actually penetrate into those desires, needs and … More Good Listening
Question: Are you more content with your life now than when you were younger? Answer: I would say yes, but the contentment I feel now (I am 53) and the contentment I felt in my twenties for example is hardly comparable. I could say that when I was younger my contentment was mostly quantitative, how … More Infinite Contentment Through Fulfilling Others