Question: Will your failures of today linger into tomorrow? Answer: This depends solely on how I react to them. I can keep regretting them and then they linger, or I can use them as part of the educational process we call life, learning their lesson, turning them into success. This is easier when we have … More Failing In Order To Succeed
Question: What should I do after failing in everything? Answer: Failing is actually not so bad, as long as we use the failures to re-evaluate what and why we are doing. It helps us to reset our goals, aspirations. If we learn from our failures then we can build our future success on them. And … More Using Failure As Jumping Board
Question: If you tried to fail, and succeeded in doing so, would you have succeeded or failed? Answer: It solely depends on what our goal is, what we try to achieve, what we consider success. If we aim at reaching direct connection to Nature’s single, all-encompassing life-giving force-field – as it is is determined in … More Success Or Failure?
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: What is the one thing that will bring more satisfaction and contentment in my life? Answer: Since our original “operating software” is written on a selfish, egocentric “pleasure/pain” principle it is difficult to see or accept, but true satisfaction, contentment comes from selflessly, unconditionally serving, fulfilling others. When we build special, mutual connections built … More Infinite Flow Of Natural Pleasure
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: What should I get started working on in my 20s so that I will not regret later in life? Answer: You will never regret building purposeful, committed, mutually supportive and mutually complementing interconnections with like minded people. In the globally integrated, fully interdependent world have evolved into success, happens, development and growth all depend … More You Will Never Regret Building Connections…