We are in an interesting situation. The media, which has become the symbol of our artificial, fake, hysterical, self-serving Human society, might have put the last nail in their own coffin with their predictable coverage. Many – experts and laymen alike – could argue that the worldwide reaction to the Coronavirus outbreak is still out … More What has gotten lost in the media noise around COVID-19?
Question: Is the human need of belonging to a group greater than the desire for truth and justice? Answer: Yes, especially so as the real truth, justice can be found only through purposefully, methodically built mutually responsible and mutually complementing Human interconnections. Our present truth and justice is arbitrary, made up by our inherently self-serving, … More The Innate Need For Belonging
Question: What was the hardest truth you ever had to tell someone? Do you regret telling them? Answer: In my profession I am forced to tell very unpleasant diagnosis to patients, when joint replacements become infected and have to be removed, or when someone has cancer. These are truth, news we are obliged to tell … More Telling The Inconvenient Truth
Question: What is the difference between truth and falsehood? Answer: At the moment this difference is in the “eye of the beholder”. Due to our inherently egocentric, self-serving, self-justifying and subjective nature we all define for ourselves what we consider “truth vs falsehood”. And it is true even to the “justice” courts, jury, state laws … More Searching For Absolute Truth/Falsehood
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: Is there an objective truth of looking at life/things and if so, what is it? Answer: We have a problem with “objective truth” since our perception of reality is 100% personal, subjective while for a “truth” to be established we would also need some absolute standard. So we neither can look at reality objectively, … More The Problem With Objective Truth
Question: If you are religious, and you woke up tomorrow morning knowing that everything you believe was simply a myth and that there probably is no deity at all, what would you do next? Answer: First of all I think it is very difficult to prove to a believer that what one believes in does … More Blind Observers
Question: I know that my decision is 100% right. But suddenly few things happened very unexpectedly to deter me from my decision. Should I take this as warning signal given by almighty or go ahead with firmness and belief? Answer: I am sorry to disagree, but “my” decision – or “your decision” from your point … More An I Right, Or Am I Wrong?
Question: What was the most intense fundamental truth you’ve had to come to terms with about yourself in life and how did it shape your future? Answer: The most fundamental – and most unpleasant – truth I had to come to terms with about myself is that I am a 100% selfish, egoist, that is … More Facing The Truth
Question: Is it possible to never lie in your entire life? Answer: It is not possible. And even if we made all the effort not to lie, even if we tried to keep the best intention to be truthful, we would still catch ourselves “lying”, simply because we look at the world through our inherently … More Inevitable Lies Without Knowing The Truth