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"To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others." Tony Robbins
We often curse the universe for the problems that we have, but forget to bless it for what we have being given. Life is filled with un answered questions but its the journey of discovery which helps expand the human experience
The questions with no answer really show to us that human possibilities are endless, the beauty is that we have unlimited questions, we are always seeking the questions in life. These questions change the dynamic of the brain. First of all questions give you power. They put you in charge of the conversation. When you ask a question, there is a strong social pressure for the other person to answer the question. As long as you keep asking questions, you are in charge of the conversation.
the asking questions that break open the doors of perception in the mind, like books they have the key in order to become a philosopher, you need to open up. If you require science to give you all the answers you will be forever seeking the external to give you the validations you need to receive, but if you also embrace philosophy. you mind starts seeking internally. But the beauty of life is when you can mix them together.
- Where does the big questions come from?
- The language that we use?
- Why am I alive
- The nature of reality
- What is the World?
- The natural language of the mind
- The big questions we seek
- The extended mind
- Super intelligence
- in 2050 we could be looking at a different species of human?
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MEET CADEL LAST
I’m an anthropologist (M.Sc.) and philosopher (Ph.D. candidate) with an interest in the biocultural evolution, history of the mind-universe relation, and the human future situated within a big historical context. I am currently working as a Ph.D. student at the Global Brain Institute embedded within the Evolution, Cognition, and COmplexity (ECCO) group.
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