Source Of Happiness

Question: What is one of the most ultimate source of happiness in the world? Answer: The ultimate source of happiness in the world is Human connection. True happiness is a positive, collective,emotional impression from purposefully built, mutually supportive and mutually complementing Human connections. When we methodically build a special network from such connection in a … More Source Of Happiness

Consciously Sensing The Bliss Of The Mother’s Womb

Question: Is there a time in your life that you wish you could revisit, & stay there forever? Answer: It might sound weird, but I would like to return to the “blissful” state of the mother’s womb but this time consciously. Of course I don’t mean physically climbing back into a womb, I mean experiencing … More Consciously Sensing The Bliss Of The Mother’s Womb

Unbelievable Life

Question: What is still unbelievable in your life? Answer: I would like to answer with the beautiful words the young heroine said in the movie “Cloud Atlas”: “Our lives are not our own. From womb to tomb, we are bound to others, past and present. And by each crime and every kindness, we birth our … More Unbelievable Life

The Wise Knows Nothing, But Passes On Everything

Question: How true is it when someone says “I’ve forgotten more than you’ll ever know” on a subject? When someone is an expert on something isn’t that because they are able to retain, as much as, possible on a subject? Answer: Yes this is what we instinctively think according to our inherently self -justifying, egocentric … More The Wise Knows Nothing, But Passes On Everything

Turning Sadness To Happiness

Question: What makes you happy even when you’re sad? Answer: Since “true happiness” is a unique, collective emotional impression we receive from purposefully built, mutually supportive, mutually fulfilling Human connections – where we pledge to selflessly, unconditionally provide each other with fulfillment, happiness – sadness is a state when I became disconnected from such connections. … More Turning Sadness To Happiness

The True Paradox

Question: What are some paradoxes that are actually true? Answer: Most of such paradoxes arise from our inherently egocentric, subjective perception. Driven by this perception we associate ourselves with our selfish, introverted egos, thinking that whatever we sense “outside of ourselves” is alien to us. But in truth it is the ego that is alien, … More The True Paradox