Question: If humans could experience what another person felt by mind reading or by some type of technology, do you think it would ultimately lead to world peace? Answer: Yes, and this is our optimal future state. But Nature – which guides our development – is very precisely, carefully organized. We can not get, acquire … More Living, Sensing Through Each Other
Question: What is the root cause of all problems in life? Answer: It is the seemingly unfinished, raw, beta software Nature’s evolution installed us with. While Nature in general is built on an altruistic, mutual, unconditionally serving, mutually complementing connection between all of its part – which ensures the crucially necessary balance, homeostasis – Human … More In Need Of A Software Upgrade
Question: What are some human behaviors that seem to be caused by nature? Answer: This is an “easy” question to answer. Since we are created by Nature’s evolution, since our complete “operating software” comes from evolution, all our behavior, anything we think, desire, act comes from Nature. Our unique Human task is to recognize Nature’s … More The Puppet Becoming The Puppet Master
Question: Do you think humans would be happier if they lived in nature and without the imposed societal structures? Answer: Our evolutionary purpose is to “return to Nature” – more precisely to re-adapt ourselves into Nature’s integral system following its laws principles instead of our artificial Human paradigm. But at this stage we still need … More Returning To Nature
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: Do you think a paradox of life is that the more help you need the harder it is to get it? Answer: Yes, but it is a useful paradox. If we could do everything by ourselves, or if it was easy to find help we would stay within our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric and … More The Paradox Of Life
Question: What is the most neglected resource which is available to everyone? Answer: The mutually supportive, mutually complementing interconnection with other people. Our inherently proud, individualistic, egocentric and subjective nature prevents us from using this crucial resource, cutting us off our true life source.