Question: How much sacrifice do we need in our life? Answer: I do not know how to quantify it, but the bottom line is that we need to sacrifice our “self” to live. Since we are all born with an inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric and subjective nature, with the “EGO” that distorts, corrupts everything we … More Necessary Self-Sacrifice
Question: Is fear a strength of the human soul? Answer: Fear in itself is an instinctive reaction which exists in other animals as well, serving survival. But Humans have the ability to transform the blind, instinctive, animalistic fear into a Human fear, awe. This Human fear, awe can help us to acquire a “soul” – … More Human Fear – Concern For Others
Question: Have you ever understood yourself best only after destroying yourself? Answer: I would refine your definition saying, that we can understand ourselves only when we annuled ourselves. Due to our inherently egocentric, self-serving, self-justifying nature we can’t actually perceive the world as it is, neither can we get to know ourselves. In order to … More Cogwheels Getting To Know Themselves – By Annuling Themselves
Question: What’s something you learned today that most people don’t know? Answer: Fortunately more and more people learn day by day that the only root cause for all the myriads of problems in the world, the only thing that needs correction is our own, inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egotistic and subjective nature. This nature drives us … More Learning The Truth About Ourselves
Question: Can humans live without getting attention? Answer: It is a just question. By our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric and subjective nature we can’t live without drawing attention to ourselves. Basically we perceive reality with ourselves at its center, we instinctively, innocently believe that the world was created for our selves, where we deserve this … More Drawing All The Attention
Question: What are some paradoxes that are actually true? Answer: Most of such paradoxes arise from our inherently egocentric, subjective perception. Driven by this perception we associate ourselves with our selfish, introverted egos, thinking that whatever we sense “outside of ourselves” is alien to us. But in truth it is the ego that is alien, … More The True Paradox
Question: How do I crush someone’s ego? Answer: You can’t crush anybody’s ego, as the ego is our actual being, this is all we have. And this ego is stronger than diamond,impossible to break or crush! This is why all the religions, spiritual teachings, political ideologies that are based on suppressing, erasing the ego or … More Can One Crush The Ego?!