Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Why do other’s people opinions matter to you?

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It has been shown in various social psychology experiments, and Kabbalists have long described it as a fundamental aspect of our lives, that others’ opinions are important to us, even if we fail to acknowledge that it is the case.

A Generational Catastrophe in Education

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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned that we’re experiencing a “generational catastrophe” in education because of school closures during the coronavirus pandemic. On the one hand, I understand why this is sad. On the other hand, if we look at how people

Mask Wearing, Freedom vs. Love of Others?

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Life saver to some and symbol of tyranny to others—the requirement to wear a mask in public to prevent further contagion of Covid-19 has split societies around the globe. In America, the rebellious and visceral reactions of significant numbers of

Why does life punish good people?

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In today’s distorted egoistic world, where people around the world prioritize personal benefit over society’s benefit, it is naive and incorrect to think that “good people” will have a good life, and “bad people” the opposite. Rather, since our egoistic

A Generational Catastrophe in Education

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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned that we’re experiencing a “generational catastrophe” in education because of school closures during the coronavirus pandemic. On the one hand, I understand why this is sad. On the other hand, if we look at how

From Political Bickering to a Policy of Unity

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A few years ago, an Israeli TV documentary told the story of a small village in Israel that had a population of 120 families, and six(!) shuls. Why six shuls if there are only 120 families? Because the families—all of

What do you think about how the world at large can learn as a lesson from the Coronavirus? Can we expect unity?

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Until now, the pains that have befallen the world have led to no effective solutions or discernments. People simply await its end so that they can get back to doing business as usual, thinking about how to minimize their losses,

Contagious Contraction – The Global Economy Has Changed For Good

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Many pundits expressed alarm when the economic data regarding the contraction of the global economy in the second quarter began to pour out. One by one, the biggest economies in the world reported unprecedented contractions that dwarfed the already frightening

COVID-19 and the Futile Race for a Vaccine

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Throughout the world, companies are racing to find a vaccine for COVID-19. They are hoping to be able to abolish the pandemic, restore the capitalistic, over-consumerist way of life we’d had before the virus took over the world, and make

Covid-19, Light at the End of the Tunnel

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People’s will to weather the coronavirus storm and get back to normal life has vied with the surge of record-breaking infection rates around the globe. People are tired of hearing about the pandemic but it grips and does not let

What are some ways of changing the society?

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Before discussing ways of changing society, we should question what changes society should acquire. In our era, the needed change in society is a change of values, that instead of valuing egoistic pursuits, to be more individually successful, wealthy, famous

How do I unite the left and the right?

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We need to understand that nature is guiding us to a state of complete unification, and thus we should be interested in seeking how we can unite above our differences. It is incumbent on such unity that the diversity of