The reason structures of power create fear is to control. The more pressure they maintain on creating fear maintains the rightness of their wrongness. For example, corporate copyright holders have created a mindset that says: “To share a file is to steal.” Does this statement sound morally appropriate for you? Why? Is it because you have reasoned beyond...Read More
Why should we ask questions?
Questions are the gateway to freedom. We have been born with a keen sense of curiosity, the question digger, but as we grow older this sense fades. Why? What happens that in a few years some of the things we were most curious about become dull and understandable (although we may not understand the underlying functions or ways it works)? We want to be a...Read More
Why do we feel fear?
Fear is a conditioned reaction. Fear is what makes you feel nervous. Fear is the reaction one has when one is expecting pain. Have you ever observed closely the process of fear as it develops within yourself? Is it the defense mechanism we have developed to survive? It could be, so I ask: What is behind the inherent capacity to feel pain, pleasure, and...Read More
Why does an economic mess exist?
There is hope, it is called future: Endless possibilities flowing through the vast river of imagination. What can we do to create a wiser and passion driven society? How can we think in ways our predecessors haven’t ever imagined? Well, simple or complex, we require the will to see beyond the taught. A strong will can transform the world, the issue here...Read More
Why do I fight defending an opinion?
Why do people spend their lives fighting for a belief? Wars have been caused because of irrational beliefs. So, an opinion is just like a belief, depending on the faith placed on the thought implanted on your head you can name it: Opinion, belief, creed, etc. Let’s analyze why do people fight, perhaps even till death for a creed? Could it be possible...Read More
Why do I live with anger?
We tend to separate feelings and reactions, but they are so intrinsicly united… Sometimes you can’t distinguish one from another. A possible reason we react with anger is a deceiving self-image that leads you to depression. I try to imagine angry, but not depressed or sad people… and I can’t. To change this we need to observe...Read More