I'm joining Service Space because ... I want to learn from all of you guys to have a more fully contribution-oriented life. To summon the courage to just jump into fully detached generosity and full trust of life´s abundance.
A good day to me is when ... I spend half of my day meditating and writing, half of my day contributing the best I can to other people´s wellbeing.
My hero in life is ...Sapiens: from animal to God. Brief history of humanity.
My favorite book is ...Joserra is a brother & master
One thing I'm grateful for is ... The life-changing trips to India in 2006 and 2017.
May 01, 2017, 3 comments, 7 smiles How do social networks affect human psychology? Here goes a fascinating account on how social networks may be counterintuitive to the way we human beings and other apes tend to spontaneously organize our social life. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIVi0RkIS6E I wonder what the implications of this are in terms of building global social movements and decentralized networks… I also wonder how can I at last summon the courage to quit Facebook! I want to live more in the "analogical" world, spend time with the people by me, and focus on cultivating deep conversations and meaningful soul-to-soul connections. I believe quiting Facebook would help me to achieve this goal but there are some things I find hard to let go: a couple Facebook groups I do enjoy, some nice group pictures, some far away friends I don´t want to lose contact with... The rest of it (including mass surveillance and targeted advertising), I would live much better without. Does this happen to you too? Have you succeeded in making a productive and healthy use of Facebook? Or maybe did you quit it altogether?