If the entire history of the universe were compressed into one year, modern humanity wouldn’t appear until after the last single second. And each of our individual lives take place within this second, lasting just fraction of a fraction of a fraction of that second.

Here we are, within this tiny, infinitesimal moment of time, so tied up with it, with everything we are and everything we do. We think this sliver of something means everything, because to us, it does. But what does it mean to everything?

Voyager 1 was about 6.4 billion kilometers away, and approximately 32 degrees above the ecliptic plane, when it captured this portrait of our world. Caught in the center of scattered light rays (a result of taking the picture so close to the Sun), Earth appears as a tiny point of light, a crescent only 0.12 pixel in size.

Look again at that dot. That’s here. That’s home. That’s us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives. The aggregate of our joy and suffering, thousands of confident religions, ideologies, and economic doctrines, every hunter and forager, every hero and coward, every creator and destroyer of civilization, every king and peasant, every young couple in love, every mother and father, hopeful child, inventor and explorer, every teacher of morals, every corrupt politician, every “superstar,” every “supreme leader,” every saint and sinner in the history of our species lived there–on a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam.

The Earth is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena. Think of the rivers of blood spilled by all those generals and emperors so that, in glory and triumph, they could become the momentary masters of a fraction of a dot. Think of the endless cruelties visited by the inhabitants of one corner of this pixel on the scarcely distinguishable inhabitants of some other corner, how frequent their misunderstandings, how eager they are to kill one another, how fervent their hatreds.

Our posturings, our imagined self-importance, the delusion that we have some privileged position in the Universe, are challenged by this point of pale light. Our planet is a lonely speck in the great enveloping cosmic dark. In our obscurity, in all this vastness, there is no hint that help will come from elsewhere to save us from ourselves.

Carl Sagan

You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself.


Welcome to burnt sheet. This crib sheet (A crib sheet or cheat sheet is a concise set of notes used for quick reference.) or also second brain, involves the process of note-taking and saving small pieces of material, content, and information for the purpose of cultivating, retrieving, and reviewing it over time. It is designed to help you stay focused on the right mindset. Filled with ideas and inspiration from books and other sources that I have found particularly helpful. The purpose of this sheet or second brain is to serve as a reminder and a guide, helping you not to lose your mind.

The purpose behind all our efforts is rooted in the need to express ourselves – to convey our ideas, voice, and messages in a manner that is powerful, compelling, and persuasive. This holds true whether one is in marketing and sales, engineering, HR, legal, or any other field. Effective communication with others is a responsibility that we all bear.

Repetition has an incredible power on brain cells, neurons, consciousness and subconsciousness.

Repetition helps to solidify and deepen one’s understanding and knowledge.

“I know that I know nothing – Socrates
information can never be complete, never consistent and never completely true

Do I really know what exactly I’m doing?

when the brain is incoherent, you are incoherent

the mind wants what don’t have. never stop wanting. from one achievement to another. if goals don’t exist then the mind will create problems to solve

everyone gets what he wants

what you want is defined by your abilities and skills,

you can have anything but not everything

Success should not be viewed as a final destination, but rather as a continuous process and endless journey of execution. This can be compared to the role of a chef, who must strive for perfection in every dish he prepare, every day. It’s not enough to achieve perfection once and stop there; the chef must consistently create perfect dishes all time, every day.

Maybe success it’s not about doing something extraordinary, but about don’t losing your mind. It’s about a lot to do with how you behave.

How you behave have a lot to do with your beliefs
Your beliefs have a lot to do with your thoughts
Your thoughts have a lot to do with your experiences and interactions with the world around you

Our lives are a combination of limited time and energy. Time passes for everyone at the same pace, whether we are actively engaged or not. Whether we are happy or miserable, time continues to move forward. Time is running out for all of us, so it is our energy that allows us to make a difference.

By channeling our energy with intensity and purpose, we can achieve in a shorter time what others may take years to accomplish. This means that even if we live for a hundred years, the impact we make can be equivalent to living for a thousand years. The key lies in managing our life energies in a conscious and focused manner.

Being impactful as a human being is determined by how conscious we have become. When we are caught in compulsive cycles, our energy gets wasted on numerous things, absorbing others’ negativity or getting entangled in unnecessary actions. Let’s consider a typical day of 24 hours. Most people spend around eight hours sleeping, and the remaining two-thirds are consumed by basic life maintenance activities like eating, showering, and other necessities.

Essentially, 50 percent of our daily life is dedicated to maintenance, leaving us with the remaining 50 percent. However, if we observe closely, we will realize that much of our actions, thoughts, and emotions are driven by compulsions. These compulsive cycles limit our potential and hinder our growth.

To truly make a difference, we need to recognize that we ourselves are often the biggest obstacle in our lives. By becoming more sensitive and aware of our own patterns and thought processes, we can break free from these limitations and unlock our true potential. Through conscious management of our energies, we can become impactful individuals who make a lasting difference in the world.

Success is not an external achievement that can be obtained in life. Rather, it is an internal journey that involves bringing success to every aspect of one’s life. Success is not a result of what one does, but rather a quality that one imbues into everything they do. The quality of conscious choices and execution

Don’t want to be the most successful person on the planet, want to be the most successful version of yourself

It’s likely that the individuals born in the year 3023 will have a distinct perspective on the issues and beliefs that are prevalent in our time, and may find them amusing and outdated

What is the meaning of life?


The man is not he who poses the question but he who is asked this question, for it is life itself that poses it to him

the searching for meaning doesn’t mean that you will find it

but the search is the meaning

the life is to be experienced, to evolve

Becoming better than yesterday

Any organism that includes human, fails to fulfill it’s potential, becomes sick

there is path that must be walked

It can be viewed that life may resemble a video game. The Hermetic principle “As above, so below” suggests that the universe is organised in a way where everything is interconnected, and what happens on one level is reflected on another. If we were to create video games, it’s possible that somebody or something created the game we are in and we are essentially playing a similar experience in our physical bodies, gaining knowledge and advancing with each life.

This approach will give you a new perspective, a new energy and a new sense of purpose

To navigate life effectively, we all require a framework, a model that makes sense of the chaos and uncertainty and ties everything together. The metaphor of Life as a game provides such a framework, with a set of rules, objectives, and strategies to help us understand our experiences and actions. The beauty of this model is that we can see how our decisions and actions affect the outcome and improve our chances of success, giving us a sense of purpose and direction. Studies show that turning any activity into a game increases engagement, motivation, and performance. Some even believe that reality is a video game within a simulation. Regardless, to become a winner in The Game of Life, we must first learn the rules. In this game, we start with a random Avatar, born with advantages and disadvantages. However, with the right mindset and strategy, we can level up our character and improve in various ways. Viewing ourselves as a character we control in a game can be empowering, helping us detach from our emotions and thoughts and gain clarity on our actions and behaviors. We can level up our character with different skills, abilities, and attributes such as health, knowledge, and wealth. The goal of the game is to create the life of our dreams using the skills and resources we acquire along the way and ENJOY THE GAME

experience the levels

go as far as possible, do as much as possible, feel as much as possible, learn as much as possible, gain as much experience as possible, be better than you were yesterday. the “salt” is coming with the experience

A lot of people in our industry haven’t had very diverse experiences. So they don’t have enough points to connect and they end up with very linear solutions without a broad perspective on the problem. The more the human experience is understood, the better design we will have

Steve Jobs

because you are a bundle of experience

Salt is the element of power which keeps things in a balanced state

Beinsa Douno

There is no one answer that is universally accepted, as the meaning of life is a deeply personal and subjective matter. Some people believe that the purpose of life is to find happiness and fulfillment, while others believe that it is to serve others and make a positive contribution to the world. Some people believe that the meaning of life is determined by a higher power or a set of spiritual beliefs, while others believe that it is something that we must determine for ourselves. Ultimately, the meaning of human life is a question that each individual must answer for themselves based on their own values, beliefs, and experience.

No matter what you pursue, pursue it, experience it, EXPERIENCE IT’S LIMITS.

No matter what you pursue and what the meaning of life is to you, every experience has meaning and purpose for the game, like the machine learning in the video games constantly analyses the actions of the player, every decision and action we take has a ripple effect on the larger system.

The individual experiences of a person’s life are somehow connected or reflected in the larger universe.

There are aspects of your being that will forever remain untold and unshown to the world. Throughout your life, you will possess qualities, thoughts, and emotions that no one else, and nothing else, will ever comprehend. There is no logic this information to be lost. There is no logic this information to die with you. The things you choose not to disclose to anyone, your secrets or the thoughts you cannot articulate or find words to say, should be somehow saved in the game.

Every experience, purpose and life, every thought has meaning for the life.

Life has purpose in and of itself.

Every Life as a Sensor in the Universe

In the grand tapestry of existence, each individual life acts as a unique sensor, intricately connected to the vast cosmos. No matter the personal pursuits or the subjective meaning one assigns to life, every experience carries profound significance for the universe at large. Much like the sophisticated algorithms in video games that analyze and adapt to the player’s actions, the universe, too, is constantly processing the data of our existence.

Every Experience Matters

Imagine life as a colossal game where every decision, every emotion, and every experience is a piece of valuable data contributing to the universal learning system. Much like a machine learning algorithm in a video game, the universe processes the intricate details of our lives, constantly adjusting its course based on the actions of its players—us. Your experiences become the keystrokes that shape the evolving narrative of the cosmos.

Mysteries Within Every Individual

Within the realms of our being lie aspects that are forever shrouded in mystery. Thoughts, emotions, and qualities that are unique to each individual form a hidden layer of information, much like an encrypted code waiting to be deciphered. Unlike the physical world, where footsteps leave imprints in the sand, these imprints are woven into the very fabric of the cosmos, unseen but undeniably present.

Secrets Saved in the Cosmic Game

There is an inherent logic in preserving every nuance of our existence. The things we choose not to share, the secrets we safeguard, and the thoughts too elusive for articulation—these are not meant to be lost. They are the encrypted files in the universal hard drive, waiting to be accessed and understood by the cosmic intelligence.

Every Thought Sending Waves through the Cosmos

Every thought, no matter how fleeting, sends ripples through the cosmic expanse. The impact of our existence is not confined to the immediate surroundings but extends far beyond. Each decision made, every purpose pursued, and every life lived has a ripple effect on the larger system, contributing to the continuous evolution and improvement of the cosmic game.

A Universe Enriched by Individual Stories

In the symphony of existence, every individual life is a unique note, contributing to the richness of the cosmic composition. The experiences, thoughts, and purposes that define us are not isolated occurrences but threads in the intricate tapestry of the universe. As we navigate the cosmic game, let us recognize the profound interconnectedness of every individual story, understanding that, in the grand scheme, each life is an invaluable sensor enriching the universal learning experience.

We are designed to outgrow everything – everything you believe today will one day be proven
to be completely and utterly wrong or incomplete.

what one generation finds ridiculous, the next accepts; and the third shudders when it looks back on what the first did

Peter Singer

Just like in computer games, players can earn experience points (XP) by completing certain tasks or challenges within the game. As they earn more XP, their character or avatar “level up,” allowing them access to new abilities. As you reaching new levels your beliefs will change.

Just like in a computer game, there are many players who are at different levels with different beliefs and all of them are right.

The idea is that as you acquire the skills to attain and fully experience your goals and desires(and maybe even more then once), you will reach a new level where the motivation is driven by new values and principles. As you continue to progress, you will eventually be motivated by new desires. And the levels continue until you realise that it’s all about the game.

The pursuit of any ultimate goal will simply trigger the pursuit of another goal, which will in turn lead to yet another. Our lives are filled with various games, whether it’s navigating the educational system or the social scene, striving for financial success, or seeking status. However, at a certain point, all of these pursuits are merely games, and the outcome ceases to hold any real significance once we gain a deeper understanding of the nature of the game.

The self is only that which is in the process of becoming

Meaning is found not in doing things for yourself, but in doing things for the whole that you are a part of.

Even seemingly small choices like what product we choose to purchase or to move a stone can have a profound impact on the environment or the lives of others. It is up to us to recognise the interconnectedness of our lives and to live in a way that positively contributes to the whole. No matter what our individual beliefs or goals may be, every life has meaning for the collective.

what is the meaning or purpose of playing video games?

– you want to play

what is the meaning or purpose of the individual life?

– do you want to die or you want to play?

what is the meaning or purpose of the life itself?

– you don’t know what is going on in the hardware or software that is building the game but you play it and you want to play it

Why we are here? Because we are here. Just continue

Even though we may think we understand how the world works, our understanding is limited by our individual experiences, which are just a small fraction of the total experiences available.

We all think we know how the world works. But we’ve all only experienced a tiny sliver of it.

Morgan Housel. The Psychology of Money

Striving hard for big things
is bound to lead you to painful falls. These setbacks will test you,
they sort people.

experience can be only physical. i saw, i read, i heard, only things in space, the only thing that leads to adding experience is the action or the “heat“. and only with the “heat” coming the experience and new opportunities. there is no unfulfilled wish, you just have to act. don’t be afraid of mistakes, don’t regret if you “burn” yourself sometimes because failure and success are the sides of the same coin, just keep walking.

there is a difference between knowing the path and walking it


Everyone has their own unique experience with how the world works. And what you’ve experienced is more compelling than what you learn second-hand.

Morgan Housel. The Psychology of Money

It is about establishing constant work circles in which in 90 percent of the cases your work will be rejected. You have to be lucky enough and be a fan of your idea enough to continue to the end

Bill Gates

“No tree, it is said, can grow to heaven unless its roots reach down to hell.”

– Carl Jung

Some knowledge can only be gained through personal experience and cannot be fully understood until it has been lived through.

one of the most common causes of failure is the habit of quitting when one is overtaken by temporary defeat

– Napoleon Hill

don’t crave for success – the more you strive for it and make it your goal, the more it will escape you

The desire for more positive experience is itself a negative experience. And, the acceptance of negative experience is itself a positive experience

Mark Manson

we don’t always control what happens to us. but we always control how we interpret what happens to us, as well as how we respond

Peoples reactions and actions are dictated by their states of mind and health

Being happy can lead to impulsivity and mistakes, as well as making it difficult to make rational decisions. A balance of positive and negative emotions is necessary for proper functioning, as the world is not always full of promise and there are also difficult and negative aspects to it(there are just emotions, the negative can be positive and the positive can be negative, just don’t put labels). Overly positive emotions can also be exhausting and lead to burnout. It’s important to have a balance of both positive and negative emotions to maintain a healthy perspective and make well-informed decisions.

To understand the reasons behind why individuals accrue large amounts of debt, it is not enough to simply examine financial factors such as interest rates. Instead, one must look at the underlying causes such as greed, insecurity, and OPTIMISM.

Align your movement with the greater flow of life


don’t force | what you want, WANTS YOU


Like cooking, do what is required by you and the rest let fire does it’s work.

Unless you become again as a child, you can’t enter the kingdom of heaven

it’s important to understand the laws that govern our universe because in understanding you can get in harmony

It’s about embracing life and residing in a state where we are no longer dominated by our individual fears and desires.

do not waste the valuable hours

suffering comes from mental attachment to external things

how the universe behaves

your mind is like a pond, and your thoughts are like a waves upon that pond. the pond only comes to stillness when you let go of all craving. recognise what you are beyond the duality of comfort and discomfort of the body and knowing mind

allow disorientation

who is moving the mind | become the breath

the present determines the past and the future. there is no traumatic situation, there is a traumatic attitude to the situation, and the attitude is determined by consciousness and its state in the present

the mind must be still, it works only when it is afraid and when it craves.

the mind is solving problems or looking for problems

it is still only when it deals with solvable problems

When you think about the past or imagine the future, both actions happen here and now. When you live your life, it happens here and now. In fact, none of what you could do can happen outside of the here and now. Therefore, the opportunity to make such a choice in the present to restructure your past or future is an incredibly powerful action.

like cooking, it all comes down to managing the heat

burn in the unconditioned present


everything starts with an idea, a thought

values is what define us and our actions

the best values are those to which the time is an ally

the real rocknrolla

knows that

the only things that remain forever are the experience and the relationships with other people

The dull mind rises to the truth through material things


everyone attracts people and circumstances according to their own beliefs. everyone will reap what he has sown.

What you see is what you receive

In virtually any context and activities, individuals universally seek a gap, however small, between their expectations and the reality.

be frugal

but not cheap

there is nothing as self-destructive as generosity

Niccolò Machiavelli

To understand the reasons behind why individuals accrue large amounts of debt, it is not enough to simply examine financial factors such as interest rates. Instead, one must look at the underlying causes such as greed, insecurity, and OPTIMISM.

there is realisation from which all potential personal growth emerges

this is the realisation that you are responsible for everything you do in your life, no matter the external circumstances

financial achievement and self-improvement go hand in hand

the qualities we need to become rich and prosperous are the same as those we need to develop our character, abilities and willingness to act

You might think that money is the answer to all your problems, but they are answer just to your money problem. Once you achieve your financial goals, you’ll discover that there’s more to life than wealth. You’ll realise that what you really wanted was something else.

When expressing a desire to be wealthy, it implies a wish to either enjoy significant financial expenditures or to attain independence and be able to enhance life

In life, there is a path to be walked where achieving financial goals is a stepping stone toward personal growth

the rich get richer and the poor get poorer

maybe you don’t have money because you used to don’t have money. you have habit to be poor

If you want to have money don’t think about spending

If your expectations rise faster than your income you are never going to be happy with your money

Poor is the distance between what you have and what you crave for

A business man was deep in debt and could see no way out. Creditors were chasing him. Suppliers were demanding payment. He sat in a park thinking if anything could save his Company from bankruptcy. Suddenly, an old man appeared before him. “I can see that something is troubling you”, he said. After listening to the business man’s difficulties, the old man said, “I believe, I can help you”. He asked the man his name, wrote out a cheque, and gave it into his hand saying, “Take this money. Meet me here exactly one year from today, and you can pay me back at that time”.

Then he turned and disappeared. The business man saw in his hand a cheque for $500,000, signed by John D.Rockefeller, one of the richest men in the world. “Now my money worries are over in an instant”, he thought and started smiling.

Nevertheless, the business man decided to put the cheque in his safe (in reserve) first. He thought, just knowing it was there, would give him the strength to work out a way to save his business.

With renewed optimism, he negotiated better contracts and got extended terms of payment from his suppliers and started doing big deals. Within a few months, he was out of debt and had started making money once again.

Exactly a year later, the businessman returned to the park with the uncashed Rockefeller’s cheque. The old man did not appear and the business man decided to wait. Sometime later, the business man saw the old man and thought to hand over him the cheque with a few words of thanks.

After a little while, the businessman saw a nurse came running up to catch the old man. “I’m so glad, I caught him”, she cried. “I hope he hasn’t been bothering you. He escapes from the Mental Hospital many times and tells everybody that he is Rockefeller” and she took the old man with her. The astonished business man just stood there, shocked! Throughout the year, he had been confidently buying and selling huge stocks and having big deals, convinced he had half a million dollars with him.

It may be difficult to understand the subconscious motives of low-income lottery ticket buyers. However, with some effort, it is possible to envision it as follows:

We live paycheck-to-paycheck and saving seems out of reach. Our prospects for much higher wages seem out of reach. We can’t afford nice vacations, new cars, health insurance, or homes in safe neighborhoods. We can’t put our kids through college without crippling debt. Much of the stuff you people who read finance books either have now, or have a good chance of getting, we don’t. Buying a lottery ticket is the only time in our lives we can hold a tangible dream of getting the good stuff that you already have and take for granted. We are paying for a dream, and you may not understand that because you are already living a dream. That’s why we buy more tickets than you do.

Morgan Housel. The Psychology of Money

Games teach you about how to “level up in life,” not just level up in the game.

Wealth is a gradual process that requires perfect execution, just like the preparation of a delicious dish by a chef who combines ingredients and follows a well-engineered execution process: a little this, a little that, done at the right time at the right place. The process of creating wealth involves assembling various unrelated elements into a cohesive whole that has significant value. Unfortunately, most people focus on the events rather than the process, which is why they struggle to attain wealth. It’s important to remember that the events we witness are the outcome of a well-engineered and executed process. In the case of a chef, the cooking process is the key to a delicious meal, while the event itself is the end result.

Crack on a plate, stain on a chinos, scratch on a watch, wrinkle on a face

The beauty and perfection of things is not something that exists objectively in the world, but something that we perceive and create in our minds. Nothing in nature is perfect, complete or permanent, and we should not expect ourselves or our creations to be so. Everything is subject to change, decay and dissolution, and this is the natural order of things. We can either fight against this reality, or we can accept it and appreciate it for what it is. We can see beauty in the imperfections, in the cracks, stains, wrinkles and asymmetries that make things unique and authentic. We can see the truth in the impermanence, in the fact that everything comes from nothing and returns to nothing. We can see the oneness in the diversity, in the fact that everything is connected and interdependent. This is the process of finding beauty in things as they are, not as we wish them to be.

Instead of focusing on the outcome, which is often beyond our control, I suggest that we focus on the process, which is where we can make a difference.

It means to pay attention to how we do things, not just what we do. It means to measure our progress by our own standards, not by others’. It means to celebrate our efforts, not just our results. It means to learn from our failures, not to avoid them. It means to enjoy the present moment, not to worry about the future.

Focusing on the process does not mean that we ignore the result. It means that we understand that the result is a consequence of the process, not a goal in itself. It means that we trust that if we do our best in the process, the result will follow. It means that we accept that perfection is not a destination, but a process.

Are you a continuous process of transformation?

All things are either moving towards or emerging from a state of nothingness, evolving.

The child is riding bike not to reach a destination but because wants to enjoy the ride and evolve

do you have vision how to earn and save money, or return debt? do you see possibilities?

do you see the abundance

we all think that other people are looking at us and judging or praising us but actually, everyone is worried about their own life

We are hardwired to live in small groups of people where it probably does matter what they think about us to some extend. But that doesn’t scale very well to modern society.

Consider someone aspiring to be rich; their underlying desire is frequently rooted in the craving for social standing. Yet, examining figures like David Beckham, who possesses considerable status, reveals a paradox. Despite his public image, the depth of our knowledge about him is superficial; only a select few within his close circle truly comprehend the nuances of his identity. In essence, genuine connection and understanding can only extend to a limited circle of individuals. The capacity for authentic friendships, meaningful communication, and true intimacy is confined by the constraints of time and emotional energy. This is exemplified in scenarios such as being in love, where the demands of such a profound connection can leave little room for broader familial relationships.

no one is impressed with your possessions as much as you are

everyone has their own goals

You may be able to differentiate yourself from your product or service, but almost everyone you come in contact with, can’t do that. From the other person’s point of view, you and what you are doing or your product, are one. Whether you like it or not, the fact is that what you are is an advantage or an obstacle to your success.

Taking this into account, isn’t it better to develop your individuality, turning it into something pleasant and attractive to other people?

John Kehoe

your greatest measure of success

are you a lovable person?

people must measure themselves not by the status symbols they’re able to collect,

but by their behaviour

great people have great outcomes, just be patient

When individuals aspire to emulate the success of someone accomplished, it often reflects a desire for the achievement itself rather than a genuine understanding of the person. The admiration may be directed at the achievements rather than the individual behind them. It’s common for remarkable accomplishments to coexist with personal traits that may not align with the perception of greatness. For instance, one might appreciate Ronaldo’s achievements but not necessarily resonate with the person Ronaldo is. Proficiency in one area can sometimes be accompanied by shortcomings in another, there is always a trade-off.

man’s presence—his depth of awareness—is his most valuable asset.

Deida, David

A person’s presence, including their level of awareness and behavior, is their most valuable asset. However, in order to truly succeed and achieve your goals, it is important to have a clear mind free from desires and fear. There are two ways to do this: either by fully experiencing them or by surrendering and releasing them. Either way, a clear and focused mind is crucial for success.

who doesn’t love a calm heart?

Being aware or enlightened is having a deep understanding and perception of one’s self, others, and the world around them. It is characterised by an awakened consciousness, a clear insight into the nature of reality, and a sense of peace and inner harmony. It is often seen as a state of greater knowledge, wisdom, and compassion and is associated with spiritual growth and self-realisation.

our thoughts are the last thing we think about

Being aware or enlightened means having the ability to see oneself from a different viewpoint. When you start to ponder about your state.

This is the time when you start to see yourself in third-person perspective like in video game

What is the worst habit of the mind; what is it that causes conflict, frustration, loss, anxiety?

– Our worst habit is actually ingratitude

People who do not feel gratitude in most cases feed their ego.

When there is no gratitude in our hearts, envy settles there. We stare at everything that others own, without a clear idea of the price these people have paid to own it all. And this is a very vicious circle. Because being ungrateful for what we already have, whatever we get will not be enough for us and what you have is taken away from you.

We need to build a sense of gratitude and be grateful for everything that happens to us, knowing that every step forward is a step towards something bigger and better than our current situation.

Brian Tracy

“They themselves are makers of themselves

“Act is the blossom of thought

– As A Man Thinketh by James Allen

We are designed to succeed. Success is a primordial part of the universe, because without the successful interaction of energy and consciousness, the universe would fall apart. The laws of the universe are valid for us, because we are a microcosm of the macrocosm, a universe of reduced size. The same laws that govern galaxies govern individuals, as we are an integral part of the universe.

game over

Individuals who possess a combination of skills and attributes such as those of a philosopher, artist, scientist, adept, mystic, etc. will be highly valued in society. All basic necessities, including clothes, housing, food, and transportation, are provided for free and there is no concept of private property. The only distinctions in society are based on moral principles such as honor and reputation.

Individuals in the society won’t measure the success of their lives by material possessions or technology but instead focus on their emotional, intellectual, and spiritual growth and self-improvement.

The boredom and desire to do something became so bad, he took out a video game, which he couldn’t even remember the last time he played. Any video game for that matter. He was surprised the console even still worked. He started playing and quickly fell into the game, starting the story mode from the beginning, enjoying all the various tasks and challenges along the way. Granted he had already played and beaten the same game when he was younger, but nonetheless, it still felt nice. As he watched the final scene of video game’s story conclude, in the sort of corny, typical video game tone, one of the characters said, “Everything is mostly sorted out now. Couldn’t have done it without you. Not a total happy ending, but good enough.” He realised he had just thoroughly enjoyed a video game that he knew was fake and had already played. All of the challenges in the game were pre-determined and pre-coded, and the game operated with specific borders, rules, and controls that all worked towards a story that essentially had just one single path to one single predetermined end. He fundamentally had no control over how the game was played and where it went. He was just following the storyline as it already existed, experiencing the illusion of him actually creating and performing it. And yet, despite this and his knowledge of it, there he had been, totally and fully immersed, enjoying and finding meaning in it the whole way through. And his active participation was entirely necessary to the experience and the game playing through. He realised to himself, there was no other way to live. There was no escaping the illusion if the illusion was him. But there was no need to. Knowing something is an illusion does not stop the illusion from working. Illusions are illusions BECAUSE they work. “I am not my perceptions,” he thought to himself, ”not my choices, not my actions, but I am still the experiencer of the whole. An observer of a consciousness that can observe and navigate and find meaning in the world. The greatest and most beautiful illusion ever created and experienced. And I have a front row seat to it. Nothing changes. The illusion is real.”