Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Why is mass media bad?

Nothing in the world is bad or good. Everything depends on its use. This is why we can say that our means of information and communication were developed by the human ego in order for us to now understand that

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Where did we go wrong as a world?

We went wrong by thinking we could achieve a harmonious and peaceful life by means of the ego. For around 5,000 years, since the time of ancient Babylon, we have been developing egoistically. We think that we will achieve happiness

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What is today’s most important unreported story?

Humanity began its development in ancient Babylon. That is where egoism had flared up in humanity for the first time. Back then, together with the upshot of egoism, the wisdom of Kabbalah started becoming revealed. It is a wisdom that

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Why is so much of the world’s food bad in quality?

Our food cannot be of a good and natural sort because we strive to feed the entire world, billions of people. As a result, we are compelled to develop different genetic forms so that our food will not spoil quickly,

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Are there ecological limits to economic growth?

The question is inapplicable because even before we achieve a certain techno-ecological limit of development, humanity will destroy itself in a Third World War. It is impossible to reach the limit of technical development, because we evoke much greater problems

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How do you explain natural calamities?

We first need to understand that we ourselves disrupt the ecological and other balances that we have with nature. We evoke such imbalance not by using harmful technologies or by coarsely intervening with nature with our technologies. Instead, the problem

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What is courage?

Courage means to stand up in spite of the world—even if the world is laughing at you, even if the world does not believe you, and even if the world does not want what you want to give it—and explain

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What should I do to stop feeling despair?

If we feel despair, then we should seek the cause of this feeling. We ultimately feel despair because, even if we live to be 200 years old, we will still be unable to fulfill our desire to enjoy. Our desire

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Should we give up our civil liberties to combat terrorism/ preserve national security?

We need to reach a decision that security should be universal, i.e. all over the world. If we lack security, and find ourselves in war, violence or using forceful methods anywhere in the world instead of cooperation, then the safety

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Why are so many people who live in non-democratic countries and dictatorships hostile to the Western world?

Many people who have been raised outside Western culture feel it as foreign because they see it as artificial and as an accumulation of several illusions. Much of the behavior among Westerners is distant from nature. For instance, Western culture

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How would the world be different if Africans were never brought to the Americas at all, as salvers or otherwise?

The world would be nearly the same, other than America of course, which would look and feel completely different. America would be more like a Western European nation, such as France, Germany and England. On one hand, America would be

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What is the relationship between individual freedom and social responsibility?

Society should feel, understand and decide on the boundary between the individual’s freedom and social responsibility, and not the individual. The person mostly lives within society, and the life of a person should ultimately be for the benefit of society.

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