I am asking – what is the point of changing the world if the world is changing by itself? There is a point.continue >>>
I try to explain the confusing concept of being “here and now” which is so much praised in the spirituality industry!continue >>>
We see simplistic explanations of the truth quite often, but now let’s dive a bit deeper.continue >>>
Do you believe in free will? Or do you think everything is predestined by God or the laws of physics? Let’s close the question and make some free space for more useful thoughts.continue >>>
The Schrödinger’s cat explains should we control the life tightly or go with the flow.continue >>>
I’ve heard many times the opinion, that philosophy is an idle chatter and people cannot benefit from it in any way.continue >>>
The truth about the Comfort Zone. What I say is against what the Internet says.continue >>>
The Cheshire Cat helps the Unhappy Unicorn to choose the right way.continue >>>
An article made of images about filling the emptiness of knowledge.continue >>>
What happens when life kicks your ass? A comic strip with an unexpected ending.continue >>>
The question about the meaning of life is probably the most fundamental. Do you have an immediate answer?continue >>>
I found a flaw in two legendary books – “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill nad “How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie. I feel strange, however. I just think – if those two guys wrote books having a flaw, how much more flaws my writings have. But other blogs too…continue >>>
Are you annoyed by the people who are explaining you the benefits of Ayurveda? Or maybe the ones who often cite scientific researches about healthy food?
I noticed that there are so many universal truths which people explain in different ways. Let’s see an example.
I get sometimes embarrassed when I read articles on the internet explaining me what person should I be.
Seems like there is a teleportation machine – bang and you there – under the glowing aura of success and achievement.