I insist. What does God mean to you?Do atheists exist? Let’s answer the second question first: Whoever states that is an atheist, without any obvious reason, he or she is plain stupid. At best he/she is barely illiterate. The most appropriate answer for a person who is seeking the truth is that he studied, he … Read moreMy young apprentices: What does the word “God” mean to you?
So many have already said so much – including me-, about the soul! It brings to mind this Greek game that children play where they put their palms against each other and sing: Where is the ring? Search, search, you will not find it! You will not find the ring you are searching for! Replace … Read moreOne soul to go please, with extra chocolate!
Shakespeare wonders: To live or not to live? Neo – or One or better yet Zero – ask an even harder question: Since the One in question will live anyway, what color pill does he prefer? The blue of joy and peace, or the red that comes up with a plug on the neck? For … Read moreThe red or the blue pill? Does the pill come also in light green?
The conspiracies and the human stupidity, walking arm to arm, have come to oppress us since at least conspiracies play a serious role in our lives finally. For human stupidity, there is no need to make the slightest hint. Stupidity lives and reigns and is conquering the whole world. But what happens in reality? Let’s … Read moreAll kinds of conspiracies and human stupidity.
Last year, I got invited to a super-deluxe private resort to deliver a keynote speech to what I assumed would be a hundred or so investment bankers. It was by far the largest fee I had ever been offered for a talk — about half my annual professor’s salary — all to deliver some insight … Read moreSurvival of the Richest – Future Human by Douglas Rushkoff
I’ve recently completed an extraordinary four weeks of research, writing and travel in Spain, ending in Barcelona after two weeks in Toledo, via a few days stay in both Zaragoza and Burgos. The pressure of unfamiliar places, the space to devote time to walking and soaking up the places, and writing, is perspective altering. A … Read moreHow to measure and not measure a life – by Jan Fortune