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 All Important Human Connection

Question: What’s more important than human connection? Answer: There is nothing more important than Human connection. Connection is the foundation of life. As soon as we establish unprecedented, truly positive, mutually responsible and mutually complementing interconnections in between Human beings – above our differences and despite our instinctive mutual distrust, animosity – we will be … More The All Important Human Connection

A World Of Introverts

Question: What would the world be like if everyone was an introvert? Answer: It is the world we live in today, a collection of 8 billion introverts. We are all born with an inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric and subjective nature. We all see the world in our own personal way. Even when we connect, communicate … More A World Of Introverts

Common “Ikigai”

Question: Must your Ikigai be something the world needs? Answer: First of all thank you for teaching me a new word, concept as I had no idea what Ikigai was before. I do believe that our personal Ikigai has to be something the world needs. After all we have evolved into a fully integrated and … More Common “Ikigai”

Social Changes Through Education

Question: How can social change occur without wealth, power, or force? Answer: Only through education. Education has the beautiful ability to achieve sustainable – even dramatic, fundamental – changes without trickery, coercion, by positive motivation. Thus by developing a new, Human (global, integral) education we can learn what it means to exist in a fully … More Social Changes Through Education

Touching The Void…

Question: Why is silence so deafening sometimes? Answer: Silence is deafening when we know there should be a noise, there should be a sound, something but it does not come. It is a state when we come to a very tense breaking point, examining, evaluating the situation from all angles and we know for certain … More Touching The Void…