1. What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A harmony within yourself.
Most people go through life without knowing themselves, their aims or wat do they want out of life. I believe it denies the main idea of happyness. I consider happiness as a state of consciousness which proceeds from the achievement of one’s values and goals. It is also a certain kind of joy without penalty or guilt. The main point is that happyness doesn't involve escaping from your mind, but using your mind’s fullest power. It isn't a cure or the way to fake reality, but a fuel, ambitions and ultimate goal of living.
2. What is your greatest fear?
I don't really have a fear in the classic sense of this word. But I'm afraid of the world where man is being motivated by fear as itself or other people’s desires or ambitions. Where people have lost the value of mind, self-esteem and most importantly - claims to self-esteem. This kind of world wouldn't has a chance for a real creator whose ambitions are spinning the Earth and force the world to exist.
3. What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?
4. What is the trait you most deplore in others?
Lack of racional mind and self-esteem.
5. Which living person do you most admire?
6. What is your greatest extravagance?
Taking “extravagance” to mean a wasted investment, I would say the countless sets of watercolors, brushes and all the other art accessories. I often use the same tools and everything else forms that kind of valuable things collection.
7. What is yoiur current state of mind?
8. What do you consider the most overrated virtue?
Truth. Because truth is not a virtue, not a favor or any kind of a mercy, as is been often accepted in society. It is the one and only decent state of consciousness. Devotion to the truth is the hallmark of morality. The main point is to ask yourself ‘Is it true?’ but not ‘Is this what others think is true?’.
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