Comment: Generation Z are those born after 1997.
Some say that they are brave and independent. Their heroes are not astronauts, scientists, but stars and bloggers. They were born with a phone in their hands, they learn about the world in a split second.
Their clip-thinking allows them to “read” a person from photos and videos in a couple of seconds and determine whether it is worth communicating with him further.
My Response: That is correct. What else is there to poke around in a person? It is only possible at this point in time to find out whether he is useful for me or not.
Comment: That is, they are total egoists.
My Response: Pragmatic, simple, and straightforward.
Question: Secondly there is an absence of barriers in communication. They easily get to know the stars, they can write to Elon Musk, whomever they want. The Internet gave them the opportunity not to be afraid of anyone at all, not to be ashamed. So, is such behavior good?
Answer: Of course it is good. Why should I grovel in front of anyone? How is he better than me? What is he? Are they some majestic people, some special stars, scientists?
Comment: But we have always had some element of respect for certain people. Some famous professor, Nobel laureate, or Olympic champion. And these individuals can easily communicate with anyone.
My Response: Everyone is equal. We have already gone through this. There is nothing special about any person.
Question: What do I value a person for, so that I still freeze a little with respect to them?
Answer: Only according to his benefit for society, his practical benefit for society. Nothing else.
Where will you find such people? That is a question. This is where such a clip-consciousness is needed, good perception and assessment, sorting and result.
Question: And then I will respect this person?
Answer: It will be absolutely clear to you why you respect him. And others will agree with you.
Comment: Another characteristic is the absence of complexes. They accept themselves as they are, erase blockages, settings, frameworks within themselves.
My Response: Of course. And what is in a person, what is there that did not come from nature? And what is there in others? Where are their personal traits? Therefore, there is no basis for justification, accusation, or shame.
Comment: That is, you support the notion that a person should have no complexes: “This is who I am! This is the way I am!”
My Response: Of course. If we do not have these complexes, we will be able to figure out what is in us and what we really need to fix.
Comment: You said: “Because it comes from nature,” so it is not mine, like anything else.
My Response: Of course! And they understand all that. This is the basis of the framework that is not me. “Go to the craftsman who made me” if you have any claims on me.
Comment: That is, if I have complaints against myself, I say: “The Creator did it to me,” and that’s it. And I am talking to Him.
My Response: Yes. But you see, this is calculated based on the fact that people think that way, that they will embrace each other and thus relate to each other. That is, then I will see in the other the result of the Creator’s work on him.
Question: Will I will always have the view through the Creator at another individual? And for myself too: through the Creator at me?
Answer: Yes, it is the Creator who does everything. This is the next stage of Generation Z.
Comment: But should I know something about the Creator?
My Response: No. I see the results of His actions.
Comment: One last thing: self-importance; there are no more self-confident young people than zoomers. It is difficult to influence them with ideologies, they are independent, and they feel their value.
My Response: In general, this is true. Why should I respect or despise someone for anything? I just have to appreciate people for their potential, for the fact that they can grow. Even if today I do not see it.
Question: And the fact that there is my self-importance, what good is there?
Answer: That I have the opportunity to grow, one that will be respected by society.
Question: But you are talking specifically about spiritual growth?
Answer: No, actually, not about the spiritual.
Question: So something that will be respected by society? If I grow up doing something for society, is that my growth?
Answer: That is enough!
Question: More and more?
From KabTV’s “News with Dr. Michael Laitman” 5/31/21
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