True Wisdom

Question: How do you recognize true wisdom? Answer: True Wisdom doesn’t belong to anybody. It is Nature’s infinite wisdom that we can attain, “download” when we – in a unique, mutually supportive, mutually complementing environment – empty ourselves of our own previously accumulated, egocentric, subjective knowledge. For this attainment we have to become similar to … More True Wisdom

Fulfilling Expectations By Knowing What To Expect

Question: Why are expectations bad? Answer: Expectations are not bad at all. Without expectations, without projecting some expected future pleasure, reward ahead of ourselves we would not be able to move, progress. Or we would only progress by blows, difficulties, intolerable suffering pushing us from behind. In order to not to become disappointed, disillusioned by … More Fulfilling Expectations By Knowing What To Expect

The Future Of Media

Question: What will the landscape of media be like in 5-10 years? Answer: It depends. As it unfolds today the media – including the entertainment industry – has become one of the strongest weapon of war, as a well-oiled, ruthless and shameless propaganda machinery in the hands of a few. This tendency will continue removing … More The Future Of Media

Connecting To Nature’s Infinite Database

Question: What is one thing you know better than anyone else? Answer: There is nothing I know better than anyone. Knowledge, Wisdom is not ours anyway, what we think we have “in our heads” is misguided, egocentric, subjective illusion of knowledge. True knowledge, Wisdom resides in Nature’s perfect, unlimited database. So the question is who … More Connecting To Nature’s Infinite Database

Failed Intellect

Question: At what point does the intellect fail a person who exclusively relies on it for everything in life? Answer: Our intellect, reason is 100% egocentric, subjective, thus it is extremely limited. Moreover we are primarily emotional creatures, thus we are driven by emotional impressions, instincts and hormonal reactions. Our mind is “only” there to … More Failed Intellect

Useful Wisdom

Question: Can too much knowledge be a bad thing for people? Answer: Yes, too much knowledge through our inherently self-serving, egoistic, subjective mind is very bad, as we use it for our own sake to the detriment of others. This is why we keep on running into crisis and keep destroying our civilisations. Instead we … More Useful Wisdom

Tough Lesson: Never Leave The Collective!

Question: What is a tough lesson that you learned today? Answer: The same old “tough lesson” again and again. The moment I listen to my proudly individualistic, egoistic reason – as a snake whispering into my ears – and I follow my own logic, calculations instead of relying on the “collective intelligence” of my mutually … More Tough Lesson: Never Leave The Collective!