Oct
27

Environment shapes who we are

Many people see things as black or white. Reality, on the other hand, shows that things are connected so well, with each other, that we can barely call them separate. The more one realizes those connections, the less he sees the world as black and white. One of the clearest examples of how well things… Continue reading »

May
18

Morality, Justice and Delusions

In my opinion morality is how well one makes distinguish, between right and wrong, in the human society. It is that collective optimal good for the whole society. Morality is the very fabric of our civilization. There are many examples of how important it is for the progress of a society, the Germans or the… Continue reading »

Dec
03

Responsible Health Reform

In ancient China all doctors were paid whenever the patient they have was healthy and weren’t when he was feeling sick. Nowadays the medical system works the other way and is extremely inefficient. Logicaly thinking, if you pay someone whenever you are sick, why would he be healing you ? At least why would he… Continue reading »

Dec
02

Lesson from Ryokan

There was a Japanese Zen Master called Ryokan. One day, Ryokan heard his family complain that his nephew was wasting money on prostitutes. Ryokan went to visit his nephew, whom he had not seen for many years. His nephew invited him to stay one night. All night long Ryokan sat in meditation. As he was… Continue reading »