Question: Why do younger generations insist that socialism is a better system than capitalism? Answer: Because they do not remember what socialism looked like, most people in the West never lived in socialism. All they see is that capitalism does not work, so they think we should try its “opposite”. But none of our “isms”, … More The Failure Of “Isms”
Question: Do you think the world will be a better place in 2020? If so, why? Answer: Probably not. It still has to get a bit worse before it will get better. We really need to feel an imminent catastrophe, the real prospect of self-destruction before we accept the need for change. At the moment … More Through Suffering, Our Consciously?!
Question: Why is it now or never to change the world? Answer: Because we are truly standing at the edge of the cliff and we have no idea how to avoid falling off with all our expertise, knowledge we have amassed through millennia. An unprecedented global collapse could be triggered at any moment from multiple … More It’s Now Or Never!
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: Given all the horrible things going on in the world right now, how can anyone remain optimistic about anything? Answer: Only by studying Nature’s deterministic, intelligent evolutionary plan. Then we can see that Humanity reaching such lowly, near self-destructing state is purposeful, planned by evolution. We had to prove to ourselves that building civilisations, … More Guided Optimism
Question: What economic philosophies are due for change? Answer: Our present, most popular economic model – free market capitalism – is based on the most fundamental “Human truth”: “what is mine is mine, what is yours is yours”. In other words what I can legally, using my abilities and the given conditions I can acquire, … More Outdated Economic Philosophy
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