o without real true love – nothing really matters.
o the Dollar conquered a lot – but true love will conquer everything and everyone and overcomes everything and everyone – even death.
o everyone needs a place where one can fruitfully invest one’s love.
o to make profit is optional – but to develop yourself as a human being – is not optional.
o The logic is powerful but the heart, the stomach, the subconsciousness does better decisions – learn to listen To it (Breathing Meditation vipassana can help here) and have the courage to follow it – as impossible as it might seem.
o learn to look at this planet from atleast 3 different perspectives: travel – to see the world from different angles will give you a better view.
o travel to a desert to learn to value every drop of water and rain.
o If a stranger asks you for something – if you are unwilling/can not help – never give him/her nothing – atleast give him an alternative.
o every human, animal and plant wants to develop To its full potential – make good soil and environments that allow good things To grow.
o sick planet = sick people
o humans are nature – if you kill, destroy, waste nature you killed yourself.
o you have a right to a happy life – but not at the expense of other people’s happiness or by extraction or exploitation – if you learn to listen To your inner self you will know what To do – what will make you happy.
o live consciously – not a second of your life will come back – spend it consciously
o everything in the universe has it’s spot where it belongs – if you are unhappy you are in the wrong spot/in the wrong environment.
o the meaning of life is to be happy (dalailama 2015)
o happiness for a Buddhist monk is deep inner satisfaction.
o man can choose anew every day to be a beast or disease to nature or not.
o try not to irresponsibly toy with the life of others – but help them develop and progress towards the comon goal of sustainable happiness. (deep inner love and satisfaction)
o if there shall be peace in the village – the huts need to stay apart (native american saying)
o train your body but also your consciousness – logic without consciousness is like a powerful tool that can not see what is right or wrong.