This is the big question. Do we really want to learn the lessons we received so far?! The pandemic showed us two things very clearly: We live in a closed, fully integrated and interdependent world, where we owe 100% mutual responsibility towards each other above borders, nationalities, countries, social status, etc. This is not something … More Assuming we overcome this pandemic, what kind of positive outcome should we expect from what we learned from this experience?
Question: Should you take responsibility for things in your life that you feel are not your fault? Answer: “Unfortunately” we do not have a choice in the matter. As we have evolved into a fully interdependent, integrated system, where the so called “butterfly effect” works with full force, we are all personally responsible for everything … More Absolute Mutual Responsibility
Question: What do you hope that future generations will learn about this decade? Answer: Hopefully they will learn about generation as the pioneers of the so called “last generation”, part of Humanity that initiated the last, conscious phase of Human development after millennia of blind, instinctive evolution. It is our generation that is recognizing that … More The “Last Generation”
Question: Why is it now or never to change the world? Answer: Because we are truly standing at the edge of the cliff and we have no idea how to avoid falling off with all our expertise, knowledge we have amassed through millennia. An unprecedented global collapse could be triggered at any moment from multiple … More It’s Now Or Never!
Question: Is the world in crisis and need of change to find peace? Answer: Yes the world is very much in crisis and we need fundamental changes in order to find peace and survive. We are continuously sinking into a seemingly unsolvable global crisis, which encompasses all levels of Human activity. We are in crisis … More The World In Crisis
Question: Do we as a society lack personal responsibility? How can this be fixed? Answer: Yes we totally lack personal and collective responsibility. This is due to our inherently self-centered, self-justifying, subjective consciousness and perception that locks all of us into our introverted cocoons where we care only about ourselves. And this has catastrophic consequences … More Lack Of Responsibility
Question: When you decided to become a Writer, was it something that you thought you would struggle with or felt that you had in you as an natural talent? Answer: Interestingly I never actually prepared to become a writer, thus I didn’t struggle with it. I also never thought, and I still don’t think I … More The Obligation To Write