Question: Do we have control over the consequences of our actions? What are we responsible for? Answer: This question cuts deep into the topic of individual free choice. In truth we don’t have any individual freedom, this we are not in control over the consequences of our actions either. We are fully operated by Nature’s … More Our Free Choice Is To Let Go…
Question: Are consumer decisions heavily influenced by social psychology? Why or why not? Answer: Not only consumer decisions, but all decisions are heavily influenced by social psychology. As a very concise, scientific article (“The Freedom” by Rav Yehuda Ashlag) explains who we are is influenced by 4 factors: genetic inheritance, upbringing, education and environmental influence. … More Under Social Influence
Question: What helps you to keep going in life no matter what? Answer: An overall, single most important goal, purpose for life, which I identified and keep burning, all important with the help of a special, purposeful, mutually complementing, mutually responsible, mutually supportive environment.
Question: What in life made you the person you are today? Answer: As Rav Yehuda Ashlag explains in his landmark article “The Freedom”, we are comprised of 4 factors: our genetic inheritance, our upbringing, the education we received and finally the influence of the environment we actually exist in. From this we can see that … More Product Of The Environment
Question: Does the good ever justify the bad? Answer: Good does not exist without bad. We can’t discern, reveal, attain one without the other. We can’t sense sweet without bitter, we can’t feel true love without overwhelming hate. This is how our perception of reality works. Moreover the whole Natural reality is built of, lives … More Riding Above The Good And Bad States
Question: They say there are no mistakes in life; does that mean our life is already predestined? Answer: A “mistake” means that we have multiple options to choose from and we accidentally choose the wrong options. If everything is predetermined and we have absolutely no choice in life, we can’t make mistakes or commit crimes … More To Make A Mistake, Commit A Crime, We Have To Have Free Choice First!
Question: How do you find a balance between self love and self criticism? Answer: This is a very important question which points to a state we do not actually have yet but are expected to reach as our new evolutionary Human degree. By default we are born with an inherently self-serving, “self-loving” and self-justifying, subjective … More Finding A Fragile Balance