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
What is real?
Let’s play a game! I will ask some questions, and then you should think by yourself the answers. These questions will be weird in order to explain what is real in a lateral manner, ok? Ready! Imagine that there is no god. What is real? (e.g. Nietzsche so famously said this, so you can read him if you want an answer. He pushes it toward amor fati. Do...Read More
How to ask questions?
Belief goes deep into concepts. This occurs because concepts nurture belief, and belief is nurtured by concepts. This goes way into the way we process information through a possible prediction system (Hawkins, Blakeslee) or an interpreter (Gazzaniga) in the brain that creates justifications to sustain beliefs. The studies about how the brain works are in...Read More
How to live freedom? Definition – Part 1 – Wake up!
What is a free society? One with democracy? Not. Just take a look at your “country”, and ask: Does the government work for you or for themselves? It is very easy to blind the population, most of us are sheep believing what others say without questioning. Why? We are afraid. Afraid we could be wrong, instead of accepting your perfect human...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