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conscious reciprocity | game theory

An interaction might be win-win, lose-lose, or lose-win. In the world today, scientific and technological revolution has unharnessed undreamt of resources of power and knowledge. However, man has failed to discover in himself the sources of wisdom and compassion. What is needed is an inner revolution in the psyche of man. The insight that man lacks is the apprehension that he is the maker of his problems and that the root of this problem making machinery is his mind. It is this area of perception that the ultimate freedom of man lies.

Character & Cunning

As Goethe once said: "not the maker of plans and promises, but rather the one who offers faithful service in small matters. This is the person who is most likely to achieve what is good and lasting."

Less wishing and more practical setting of goals will go a long way.

More & More | Less & Less

"The sense of outrage as a society slips towards the abyss, or the sense of outrage when people mistreat you is muted. Everything is flattened by the banality of modernity. This is the heritage of all the bad little boys of the 18th century: Nietzsche, Darwin, Hegel, and Schopenhauer. These clowns were on a bad trip and they were loud about it. What they give us is a universe devoid of soul. Man looms larger and larger, notice the gender slant. Man looms larger and larger in the picture, and what this ushers us into is fascism, pure and simple." (Terence McKenna)

"If people put on false appearances, it is their own minds that get troubled ultimately. They begin to be afraid of what others would think of them and so their minds become their own enemies. If people think of deceiving others by putting on false appearances they themselves get deceived ultimately. They think, ‘We have planned and have deceived others and thereby have shown great cleverness.’ With pride they practice more and more deceptions. The consequences of their actions will be realised only when the deceptions are discovered. When the time comes, they will collapse as a result of their own deceits." (Ramana Maharshi)


Somebody asked J.Krishnamurti about Gandhi's struggle for the untouchables to be permitted into the temples. And do you know what JK said? He said, "But God is not in the temples." This is rebellion.

"God is not in the temples, so why bother? It is stupid." All revolutions are reactionary, reactions to a certain pattern. The deep down substratum is the same.

[The Heart Sutra, Ch.10, Sannyas: entering the stream]


"When we talk about settling the world's problems, we're barking up the wrong tree. The world is perfect. It's a mess. It has always been a mess. We're not going to change it. Our job is to straighten out our own lives."
(Joseph Campbell)

"Collectivism holds that the individual has no rights, that his life and work belong to the group (to "society," to the tribe, the state, the nation) and that the group may sacrifice him at it's own whim to it's own interests. The only way to implement a doctrine of that kind is by means of brute force - and statism has always been the political corollary of collectivism."
(Ayn Rand, 33, Racism)

The very highest is barely known.
Then comes that which people know and love.
Then that which is feared,
Then that which is despised.
Who does not trust enough will not be trusted.
When actions are performed without unnecessary speech,

People say, "We did it ourselves."

(Tao Te Ching, v. 17)