Successfully Happy

Question: Is it possible to have happiness without any form of success? Answer: No. We can become happy only if we are successful in building positive, purposeful, mutually supportive and mutually complementing relationships with each other. True happiness is the collective emotional impression that arises from those special selfless, mutually serving, loving connections.

Heavenly Service

Question: Assuming heaven exists, what is the first thing you are going to do once you get your wits about you on the other side (as best you can guess now)? Answer: As unique, wise, empirical scientists explain, “heaven” our the “next world” – a perfect, Natural reality above the limitations of time, space, physical … More Heavenly Service

Conditions For A Healthy Relationship

Question: What are the top 3 things that’s important to have to have a healthy relationship with your life partner? Answer: 1.Mutual self-annulment towards one another. 2. Selfless, unconditional service of the desires, needs of the other, by setting reality through the viewpoint of the other. 3. Special education, upbringing which can purposefully, methodically, practically … More Conditions For A Healthy Relationship

Sensing Absolute Responsibility

Question: What are you responsible for? Answer: Everything! When we start studying, understanding the fully integrated, interdependent system we exist in, we gradually understand our “crushing”, absolute responsibility for everybody and everything that happens in the system. Because this is such a crushing revelation – in an age when we can’t even take responsibility for … More Sensing Absolute Responsibility

Social Psychology Rooted In Nature

Question: Is social psychology scientific in nature? Answer: I would “twist” your question a little bit saying, that if social psychology traced its roots back to fundamental Natural laws, then it would become a true science. There is nothing more important than true, “material”, social psychology based on the fundamental laws of Nature, as our … More Social Psychology Rooted In Nature

Searching For Absolute Truth/Falsehood

Question: What is the difference between truth and falsehood? Answer: At the moment this difference is in the “eye of the beholder”. Due to our inherently egocentric, self-serving, self-justifying and subjective nature we all define for ourselves what we consider “truth vs falsehood”. And it is true even to the “justice” courts, jury, state laws … More Searching For Absolute Truth/Falsehood

The Long Lasting Impression Of “First Love”

Question: How has the first love changed your life? Answer: It still provides me with a very tangible example about what “love” can do to the person. When we fall in love we lose our “normal”, usual anchors to life we are torn away from normal reason, intellect and start “levitating” towards the beloved person, … More The Long Lasting Impression Of “First Love”