Question: Do you worry about your future self? Answer: Yes, very much so. This is why I planted myself into a unique, mutually supportive, mutually complementing environment, which – as an incubator – can manufacture from my inherently selfish, egoistic raw material the best Human being I can become.
Question: Can persistence always be a substitute for talent? Answer: Yes, especially if the persistence is done through a purposeful, mutually supportive, mutually complementing environment. It is even more so if our goal is to become “truly Human” which means full integration with other similarly inclined Human beings. In that context inherent, individual talent serves … More Persistence In The Right Environment Substitutes Talent
Question: Have you ever felt insufficient? Answer: Constantly. And it’s a good feeling. If we feel satiated, satisfied, content, then we will never grow, progress, develop. We need such a need, hunger, inner pain, even shame to push us out of comfort zone. And this is most effective in a closed, purposeful, mutually supportive, mutually … More Being Happily Insufficient
Question: Would you sacrifice security for ambition? Answer: Without leaving the comfort zone there is no progress, growth. And since according to Nature’s intelligent, predetermined evolutionary plan we Humans have to evolve constantly, renewing, reinventing ourselves again and again until we reach our very unique,”truly Human” role in nature’s system, we have to constantly go … More Leaving Comfort Zone
Question: There is a Fundamental difference between animal and humans? Answer: At this stage there is no difference at all. We can say that we are the “most sophisticated animals” as while we are also 100% instinctive, blindly executing hormonal or learnt desires – imprinted in us by our environment – how we care for … More Difference Between Animals And Human
Question: What is the most thought-provoking quote from an ancient philosopher you’ve ever heard and why? Answer: “People are like dirt. They can either nourish you and help you grow as a person or they can stunt your growth and make you wilt and die.” Plato We are the product of the environment, it is … More Planting Ourselves Into Fertile Soil
Question: Do you have the habit of comparison? Answer: Yes, and it is a very important habit. Without comparison, without using contrasts, comparative research we can’t attain, perceive, understand anything! Our whole perception of reality is based on comparisons. How would be able to perceive sweet without also tasting bitter, feel warmth against cold, love … More Constant Comparisons