Attaining Nature’s Perfect Goodness

Question: What is perfect goodness? Is there an example of such a thing? Answer: The only example, template of “perfect goodness” we have in this world is Nature’s perfect, mutually integrated, totally interdependent system with its “circle of life”. We can observe this “goodness” even within our own biological bodies, how extremely diverse, seemingly incompatible … More Attaining Nature’s Perfect Goodness

The Key For Consistent Happiness

Question: What is the keys for maintaining consistent sense of happiness? Answer: In order to maintain a consistent sense of happiness we first need to know the certain method that leads to happiness. Since true happiness is a unique, positive, collective emotional impression that arises from purposefully built, mutually supportive and mutually fulfilling Human connections, … More The Key For Consistent Happiness

Need For Goal, Need For Environment

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.

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

Our Brain As A Modem

Question: Does any individual neuron have meaning or is it just the collection of neurons that creates meaningful thoughts? Answer: The proper function of the nervous system depends on the connection in between the cells. But even the perfectly functioning system does not provide our thoughts, or our consciousness. Instead we can look at our … More Our Brain As A Modem