Question: What is an awesome thing you’ve done that you think everyone should try at least once? Answer: The most awesome thing I ever encountered was perceiving reality outside of, independent of myself, fully dissolving into the desires, viewpoints of others. There is no greater freedom than to become disconnected from self-awareness, self-concern, viewing the … More Total Freedom
Question: Have you ever made a mistake that you still regret until now? Answer: Yes. The greatest mistake I keep repeating is regretting the past, thinking that I had free choice over my actions, decisions. But in truth we had no choice in them, as everything unfolded perfectly, purposefully in order to bring us to … More No Regrets, Just Lessons Learned…
Question: What brings back everything into perspective? Answer: An overall goal. Only when we set up and keep an overall goal, purpose in life can we render whatever happens to us in the right, purposeful way. Only an overall goal can give our life perspective since without such “flag on top of the mountain” we … More An Overall Goal Providing The Right Perspective
Question: What’s the best way to know if you are surround yourself with the right crowd? Answer: We are emotional creatures, our mind, intelligence is “only” secondary, trying to make sense, catalog, sort our emotions. So we need to search for confirmation in our emotions. We know we are in the right crowd when we … More Confidence From The Environment
Question: What’s the most shocking life philosophy you encountered? Answer: The most shocking life philosophy is, “I care about me, myself and I”. And we all inevitably follow this philosophy, as we are all born with an inherently self-serving, self-justifying, individualistic and subjective nature. We have no choice about the attributes we received at birth, … More I Care About Me, Myself And I…
Question: What’s the most dangerous thing someone tricked you into doing? Answer: Believing my own egocentric, self-justifying, subjective mind, following my own introverted opinion. That has been inevitably leading me astray, driving me into dead ends. Only by annuling myself, my own opinion towards the opinion, viewpoints of others have I been able to solve … More The Most Dangerous Thing
Question: What is the fine line between being confident and arrogant? Answer: It solely depends on where the feeling of confidence, security comes from. If it comes from our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, subjective nature, then it is arrogance. If it comes from the mutual guarantee we achieve in a unique, mutually supportive, mutually complementing environment, … More Confidence Or Arrogance?