Global Foundations

Question: What do you care about putting into the world? By putting it into the world, what is your goal? Answer: We need to lay down the foundations for proper, positive, mutually responsible and mutually complementing interconnections in between people in the world. The goal is to build a fully integrated, mutually cooperating global, Human … More Global Foundations

Finding Harmony

Question: Do you live your life in harmony with the world around you? Answer: At the moment I do not, but I am working on it with others who are also very much interested in achieving balance in Human societies. By default we are all born with an inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egotistic and subjective nature. … More Finding Harmony

Live Mass Extinction

Question: When was the last mass extinction on planet Earth, and what caused it? Answer: It is live on now, as we are already deep in the process of exterminating ourselves and the Natural system around us like cancer. And the cause is our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, hateful and greedy ego that drives all of … More Live Mass Extinction

Absolute Mutual Responsibility In Order To Achieve Critical Thinking

Question: Does lack of responsibility rob people of critical thinking? Answer: This is a very deep question which is not easy to answer. First of all we would need to clarify two issues. 1.In regards to responsibility only in our “global” generation did we scratch the surface what actual “responsibility” means. Previously we thought that … More Absolute Mutual Responsibility In Order To Achieve Critical Thinking

Nature’s Uncompromising Principle

Question: What are your uncompromisable values, your core principles? Answer: I don’t have any personal ones, especially that any such personal values, principles would be inevitably egocentric, self-serving, self-justifying, subjective. Fortunately Nature’s perfect system provides us with an uncompromising, core principle, unique, empirical, Natural scientists expressed in the law: “Love your neighbor as yourself”. Contrary … More Nature’s Uncompromising Principle