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.
Question: What are the first 10 actions that should be done to change the world? Answer: I am not sure if I will reach ten at the end but let us start: In order to change something first we have to recognize the need for change. I think today most people – unless they are … More 10 Steps To Change The World
Question: What is a good example of long term personal goal? Answer: An effective long term personal goal is something that keeps us focused, inspired and progressing constantly. Most of the time we try identifying such goals according to our usual interest in food, sex, family, wealth, power/fame and knowledge. But all these interests, subsequent … More Long Term Personal Goal
Question: Life Advice: How can I make my life simpler? Answer: I am not sure if my advice leads you to a more simple life. But I think we can’t live a life without an overall goal, purpose. If we have such an overall goal, purpose we can align everything that happens to us accordingly, … More A Simple Life
Question: Do you think you deserve your life? Are the dice loaded or did you earn by your work your life? Do you think it is just easier for you? Answer: We will deserve our life when we finally understood that the dice has always been loaded, and we also understood the game plan according … More Who Is Rolling The Dice?!
Question: How smart people deal with negativity? Answer: Truly smart, wise people rise above Negativity, as they methodically learn to see everything as purposeful, unfolding according to a singular, intelligent evolutionary plan, that drives the system of reality towards a perfect, final state.
Question: Have you ever experienced a midlife crisis? Did you ever get out of it? Answer: I am 53 this year and I have experienced “midlife crisis” but fortunately only in a “shadowy” way, as if watching someone else going through it, sensing, feeling, observing the despair, helplessness, exploding new desires, panic to grab everything … More Avoiding Midlife Crisis