make philosophy a habit

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In this episode, we're discussing Philosophy & Uncategorized
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Often, the majority of answers to contemporary intricacies can be found in ancient and/or general philosophy. 

Most of you know me from my “motivational” posts on Instagram or YouTube. Less of you know that the knowledge I share has its origin in work from a few very carefully selected philosophers.

Now I am just there to translate that into modern language and expression.

What is intriguing to me, is that the majority of spiritual (in that matter philosophical) problems have already been solved. Still, some people rack their brains over those questions.

“What’s the meaning of life?”

“What’s my purpose?”

“What exactly is happiness? How can I find it?”

“Why does this happen to me?”

Questions like this, where some might think there is no answer to them, are exactly the ones that are answered within philosophy. 

At least for me, as a rational thinker, philosophy is more plausible. If you find yourself relating to religion, that’s fine too. In that matter, I also think that Buddhism has the most believable theories (similar to a lot of famous philosophical principles).

But let’s not digress here.

If you have wondered where I get my ideas from or why they are so (uncommon) common-sense, here it is. The answer lies within my interest in philosophy reading. 

I’d appreciate if you try out reading/hearing some of my favorite philosophical findings.

Especially Alan Watts’ Theories. He’s, in my opinion, one of the most interesting individuals whos ever walked on earth

Alan Watts

Alan Watts II


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