Question: How does heartbreak affect your everyday life? Answer: Heartbreak, pain, suffering is the most potent motivating factor. A true heartbreak is a true “prayer”, where “prayer” does not mean a religious act, but it means a very real, tangible self-assessment, seeing one’s actual non-optimal, and a next, higher, more optimal state which on seemingly … More Developing Through Heartbreak
Question: What is one Human achievement you witness in your time alive? Answer: The one Human achievement I would like to witness in my life is Humanity reaching, implementing the seemingly mystical concept of “love your neighbor as yourself”. In truth this principle is neither mysticism, nor a religious dogma, not even a nice, catchy … More The Greatest Human Achievement
Question: Does life really have a meaning or do we just try to find a meaning so that we have a reason to live? Answer: I agree with you that without a purpose, goal it’s meaningless to live, as otherwise we live a simple animalistic life with day to day survival. Thus most people try … More Predetermined Meaning, Purpose
Question: When you decided to become a Writer, was it something that you thought you would struggle with or felt that you had in you as an natural talent? Answer: Interestingly I never actually prepared to become a writer, thus I didn’t struggle with it. I also never thought, and I still don’t think I … More The Obligation To Write
Question: What are the first 10 actions that should be done to change the world? Answer: I am not sure if I will reach ten at the end but let us start: In order to change something first we have to recognize the need for change. I think today most people – unless they are … More 10 Steps To Change The World
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: 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.