Category Archives: Philosophical Questions

Philosophical Questions {74} ~ Are People Natural-Born Leaders, Or Do They Develop The Traits Over Time?

Leadership is a set of skills that can be learned by training, perception, practice and experience over time. Leadership learning is a lifetime activity and good leaders seek out development opportunities that will help them learn new skills. However, I believe souls can be natural born leaders, bringing traits from past lives for example into this world.

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Philosophical Questions {73} ~ Should People Have The Right To Live & Travel Anywhere Yhey Wish With No State Or Country Boundaries?

I believe we are sovereign beings that can choose for ourselves where we want to be in this world.. However, because of a lack of awareness and “low-consicousnes on this planet some order is needed at this time.

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Philosophical Questions {71} ~ Does Sound Happen If Nothing Is Present To Hear It?

Sound waves exist, but with nobody there to perceive said sound, it does not exist I don’t think. We describe sound as two things, sound pressure waves or a noise that we perceived with our ears. One part describes a scientific phenomenon, the other describes the way we perceived that scientific phenomenon. A bit like music. Music is a collection of sound pressure waves. It takes a human to determine that the sound was music. So the short answer is, yes, sound exists. The longer answer is that sound is a thing that living creatures translate from sound pressure waves, so did the sound occur when we create and see our own reality? However the philosophical conversation goes deeper if we think about animals and their hearing, or if the earth hears. Are we looking at this from a human perspective or cosmic perspective and what does those terms even mean to each one of us? Down the rabbit hole we go…

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Philosophical Questions {65} ~ Can A Person Be Educated Without A Formal Education?

I believe life is a school and that we come here to learn from experiences on earth as a soul temporarily experiencing this existence. Curiosity and the act of seeking answers to those things you are curious about is a great way of educating yourself. Seeking out mentors, whether they are authors who write passionately and knowledgeably about subjects, or just friends or family who love sharing knowledge and experiences from life can educate you in some of life’s most important lessons. Proverbs tout the great value of seeking wisdom, calling it more valuable than silver and gold. The modern education system was based on the industrial revolution, to create modern day slaves I observe and it doesn’t teach the true value of life and the most important things such as love, relationships with others and how to live a good life. Overall, I don’t believe you need a formal education to have a good solid foundation in life.

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