How To Stand Out In A Crowd
Comment: Scientists say that in order to be most productive, you need to be different from others.
My Response: You do indeed need to be different from others because one-sidedness and similarity rob the world and levels it.
Comment: Dissimilarity eventually awakens sharp edges.
My Response: But this is development. When we begin to appreciate differences correctly and try to integrate them correctly, we end up with development.
Question: According to scientists, it is not enough to differ from others, a person needs to differ correctly. What does it mean to differ correctly?
Answer: To differ correctly means to connect opposites correctly so that none will be harmed because of the other. On the contrary, we should connect them in order to bring out the different attributes, the uniqueness of each opposite, in the best way.
Comment: Steve Jobs said: “…the people who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.”
My Response: Yes, a certain amount of madness is necessary. Madness is expressed in the fact that you do not concede your ideas no matter what because you understand that they are the basis of the world and that the whole world is mad. What does mad mean? It is outside of, external to, our mind. This is why one is out of their mind.
Comment: Thinking in terms of mutual cooperation between systems and time is not a simple matter, but such thinking is the best means to differ from the masses. You simply understand that it is the formula of the whole creation, not only of our world, but of all the upper worlds.
My Response: So we need to operate in order to be compatible with creation, and to draw others to follow us, to push them forward, to mutually cooperate with everyone in order to be Adam, human, and not be bored somewhere in the corner, wearing slippers and dozing off on the couch in front of the television.
Question: What is the image of this person? Is he a warrior? A scientist?
Answer: This person is courageous in spirit. Not necessarily physically, but in spirit. This means that he understands that he has to give humanity something. If they take it, he succeeds, if they don’t, he does not succeed, but he should. A person who feels that he should is Adam.
From KabTV’s “News with Dr. Michael Laitman” 2/3/19
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