Question: What will society in 500 years laugh at us for doing? Answer: If there is a Human society in 500 years from now they will not be laughing at us, but they will fondly and highly respectfully remember us as the generation that saved Humanity. If our generation does not wake up to the … More Will Our Generation Be Praised, Or Laughed At (Or Condemned)?!
Question: What are some things you should teach a child? And why? Answer: Especially in our globally integrated and interdependent era we need to teach children how to interconnect, form mutually responsible and mutually complementing environments above our inherently egocentric, self-serving, self-justifying and subjective nature. Why? Because without such “supernatural” – above inherent diversity, despite … More The Most Important Thing To Teach Children: Building Connections
Question: Shouldn’t the presidency be a council of wise individuals instead of one person? Answer: That is the future. But for this first of we need to learn, understand – through the right, purposeful and practical educational method – what it means to live in a fully integrated and interdependent world, and how our inherently … More Governance By Assembly
Question: How is it possible for friends to help someone battling a mental illness such as extreme depression or anxiety? Answer: First of all it is important to identify if the friend in question is suffering from clinical depression that needs proper, medical help, or the friend belongs to the growing masses of people in … More Battling Depression
Question: What are some strange habits of Donald Trump? Answer: I really don’t know him and whatever we “know” about him comes from a completely distorted, biased media propaganda. But overall one “strange habit” he seems to have is questioning all the accepted, politically correct, established opinions, practices the entrenched final establishment had built during … More A Strange Habit Of Donald Trump
Question: Were you satisfied after you saw Avengers: Endgame? Answer: Not at all. Besides the usual “Hollywood mistakes” of making everything too drawn out, over the top, syrupy , using the worst, emotion and thought-less cliches in the “peak moments”, trying to impress by putting everybody possible on the same screen at the same time … More Unsatisfying Avengers
Question: Have you ever witnessed someone having a sudden and complete reversal of a long-held political belief? Answer: Not really. But I have been witnessing masses of people losing faith in anything political, either not voting at all, not caring about what politicians say or do, or they vote for completely unusual, untested, unknown candidates … More Political Dead End