Let’s Micro-Date!… Really?!

Question: What is something that’s underrated in this day and age? Answer: In this day and age, when only superficial, fake looks, actions are taken into consideration, when we measure everything through material possessions, through one’s monetary worth, the most underrated thing is “Human connection”. We think we connect through social media, that we have … More Let’s Micro-Date!… Really?!

The Oppressive Dogma Of Political Correctness

Question: What would the most politically correct person be like? Would they be nice? It seems like PC people aren’t usually the nicest or happiest. Answer: When one is forced into an unnatural, artificial, pretense state all the time, one cannot be “nice”. Moreover in order to keep such an artificial state alive one has … More The Oppressive Dogma Of Political Correctness

False Society

Question: What’s the worst example of a group that bases itself on a given set of principles but instead practices the opposite of those principles? Answer: It is our modern Human society regardless of nationality, culture, religion or social system. We preach liberalism, democracy, equality, freedom, fairness, love and understanding while we practice the exact … More False Society

Personal Opinion

Question: What is your opinion on opinions? Answer: My opinion on opinions is, that my opinion doesn’t matter as my inherently self-serving, self-justifying and subjective nature, perception by default distorts the viewpoint, opinion of others. I can establish a proper, undistorted opinion only, if I become capable of accepting the opinion of others without mixing … More Personal Opinion

Success Through Trusting Others Instead Of Trusting Ourselves

Question: How can I learn to stop second guessing my instincts and learn to trust in myself? Answer: I apologize in advance for answering contrary to what you expect. I think we need to learn not to trust our instincts, not to trust our own mind and logic, and to completely place ourselves into the … More Success Through Trusting Others Instead Of Trusting Ourselves