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The New Middle Ages

A new version of the Middle Ages have begun. Things move faster nowadays, so they will not last 1000 years. But their destructiveness towards the human spirit, the fabric of society, human relations, art and science will be devastating. The new religious fanaticism bringing forth the new Dark Ages is …

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Why do so many people have depression nowadays?

This article was originally an answer by Mikis Hasson, on the popular Q&A platform called Quora (Answered on August 13th 2018) We propose that depression and associated mental illnesses do not happen because of trauma, as everybody believes, but because of collective cognitive dissonance of massive proportions that rises violently to …

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The Worst Addiction: Unhappiness

Addiction is acknowledged as a huge human problem, destroying lives, finances and bodies. When you add statistics of drug and alcohol addictions to statistics about all other, self destructive albeit usually legal common addictions such as smoking, gambling, porn, infidelity, workaholism, food, internet, adrenaline etc, it appears that all or …

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Extinguishing the spark – The price of gender neutrality

As part of our efforts to evolve as an inclusive human society, devoid of stereotypes and discrimination of any kind, societies around the world have rightfully engaged in a continuous reduction in discrimination that has intensified in the last couple of centuries. To use the US as an example, it …

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The Future if MeToo prevails- The abolition of sexual harassment

The Guardian, a reputable British newspaper that is in the forefront of support for the MeToo movement with several articles daily, has a column titled “Dating after #MeToo-Our relationship expert Jean Hannah Edelstein is here to answer all your questions about romance in this post#MeToo world. Dating is different in the …

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WHAT IS THE SOUL?

WHAT IS THE SOUL, AND WHO OR WHAT ARE WE AS HUMAN BEINGS? These are two of the most important existential questions of humanity, and ones considered impossible to answer. The latter, the question “Who am I?” is also officially a Buddhist riddle, a question considered impossible to answer because …

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What is Homo delectus?

What is Homo Delectus, what does it mean, where does it come from? Why is the header of the Choice OS site “The path to Homo Delectus”? Like everything else, there is a history and a story: I first heard the term “Homo Luminous” from Dr. Alberto Villoldo, anthropologist, writer …

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The Accounting of Trust

Trusting brings peace of mind, trusting ourselves, trusting other people, trusting the universe, trusting life itself. Trust is a huge gift, because when we trust we are free of anxiety, mindfucks, feelings of foreboding, fear. All of the above are incompatible with happiness, so why is mistrust our default position, …