Question: If you could eliminate one mainstream Western ideology/movement, what would it be? Answer: Probably individualism. In a globally integrated, fully interdependent world the unfounded belief that we are separated individuals is harmful, extremely dangerous. It makes us behave like cells, organs that were separated from the body and they believe they can exist in … More Self-Destructive Individualism
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: 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 is the purpose of our existence, knowing that machines could be doing everything we’re doing far better than us? Answer: It is completely true that very soon machines will be able to do everything – even such delicate actions like performing operations on patients in hospitals – better than us. But our purpose … More The Human Purpose Machine’s Are Incapable Of
Question: How would you define ‘freedom’? Answer: In order to define freedom, first we need to define what we need liberation from. The notion of freedom in itself means nothing. What is the most restrictive, overbearing thing that stops us reaching our true potential, that prevents us from solving problems? The actual tyrant we need … More Liberation From The Egoistic Self
Question: If you were studying to be a humanitarian, what would be the object of your focus through your studies in this day age? Answer: The object of my focus would be – actually it is – the quantity and quality of Human connections we need to build between us. These connections will define Humanity … More Humanitarian Focus
Question: How does understanding your own suffering help you to understand the suffering of others? Answer: The most important principle, law of perception, understanding is the “law of similarity”. In other words we can’t sense, attain anything unless we ourselves have a previous experience, template of what we sense, attain. This is what it means … More Mutual Understanding
Question: What are the actual advantages of a diverse society? Answer: The present politically correct attempts of creating homogenous, “dumbed down”, zero societies, where we try erasing individual, national identities, any differences between genders, social layers, cultures, religions is a huge misunderstanding. These attempts are not only completely against Human nature, but against Nature’s laws … More Embracing Diversity
Question: What are the greatest challenges to good communication? Answer: Our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric and subjective consciousness, perception. This lock us into our own, selfish, introverted black boxes from where we are unable to hear, feel, understand each other. In order to communicate properly we first need to learn how to rise above ourselves … More Limits Of Good Communication
Question: What is the most important thing to succeed in life? Answer: An overall, worthy, Human goal, purpose one can aim at, constantly measure oneself against. And a unique, closed, purposeful, mutually supportive, mutually complementing environment that constantly highlights, supplies, strengthens that goal, providing the support and inspiration for successfully reaching it.