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- How to Become Your Own Professor (A "Self-Professor") (2016, the "Hermitericum")
Disclaimer: This article was originally written in 2016 from my first book, the "Hermitericum". My perception of things has been changed over the years, but I nevertheless decided to try and translate and edit it from Hebrew, the article's original language. If there is something you'd like to ask me regarding the article, feel free to do so by the site's menu. Thanks and I hope I'm doing good service to my older material. The psyche is made up of many layers, varied and twisted. Staying in the inner world is the perfect time to start exploring the individualism that lies within you. Getting to know yourself is something of great importance, and all the more so in loneliness/solitude. If you do not learn to know yourself, you are bound to suffer and sink into a thick fog of unconsciousness, when you do not know what your body and mind need at one moment or another. Each of us knows and himself and herself to a certain extent. Most of us know when we are hungry, thirsty, stressed and the like. But it is not enough to reach the heights of human self-awareness? A time alone is potential for a spiritual journey, in order for the experimenter to convert it into positive solitude, and himself into a loner, he must know how to know his own complexes - the contents of his personality, his motives, hobbies, principles and the like. Only in this way will he be able to formulate a philosophy that will give meaning to his life, otherwise he will sink into gloomy nihilism, and will not explode from expropriation by the big world from his own Internal World. In the end, it will be inevitable to admit the unavoidable insight that personal identity is the sum of the stories we tell ourselves. Man has never had an authentic, deep and hidden nucleus, rich and cohesive when he or she was born; The same nucleus is formed in its physical and mental development, in contact with society and with itself. But how much does man know that authentic nucleus, his ultimate, life-long creation? When a person is asked to talk about himself, he will surely start with everything that others have given him - his name, his origin, his socio-economic status, his family - nothing that is not really his intellectual property. This is where loneliness comes in - when a person finds himself alone, the great spiritual journey begins - the journey to finding his spiritual property -- the gradually-developed nucleus. What is, in fact, "spiritual property"? You may not acquire, create or import any such spiritual property. That amorphous and unexplained property is deep within you even though it was not created when you were born, but is crystallized in the process of natural human development. Is your psychological nature, not your sociological one. It's your authentic system, which is in the background as you manage your day to day life. No - you can only get to know her, to the infinite power of potential at your disposal. If we speak in a more cosmological language, then everything you create in the most creative and sincere way - from a simple but intentional sentence to a supreme creation, is produced from the same property, the same spiritual power that develops and forms in you as your body cells, breathing and emitting, born and dead, expanding and shrinking - the power The spiritual is as flexible as a bamboo tree, deep as a nuclear reactor, it is the essence of life - what connects man with his existence and disconnects him from others thanks to his solitary individualism. This is something that science cannot explain, since science is based on interactions between material bodies and the methodology between them. He can not explain anything that is on the spiritual level. In fact, even the consciousness is unable to explain (it can explain what happens to the brain when there is consciousness but not what creates consciousness). What I call in a bitterness of amusement as the "religion of science," has led on the one hand to a full rapprochement with matter, chemistry, physics, and bodies that are in comparison to others but not to the theory of the mind when it is merely for itself. By imparting a religious attribution to science (the belief that it can explain everything), the scientific believer will not find himself as an independent and individual entity, but as a product of the environment into which he was born, educated - trapped. It is the communication (mental, virtual and physical) that connects the person to each other, creates emotional and sociological interaction, establishes relationships and social order. But this is where the person's connection to the other ends, and it is not a question of what the person's need is. The thing is, unlike the notion of "religious science" that worships the material, comparisons, and measurements, the human connection is communicative in nature, and nothing more. In the absence of interaction, there is disconnection, isolation and segregation. In order for the experimenter to gain experience in order to become an independent loner and observer he must recognize that first, since he probably does not communicate with others when he is alone, he is isolated from others, from the scientific and media methodology. This is how the same person will be when he is to himself - an individual who does not have to compare himself to others, or discover a need for others. Some have called it a curse, since social consciousness strongly condemns isolation. At the same time there will be those who, in their esoteric faith, will believe that it is good, to escape from isolation. However, should one not escape it, the recluse will become a creative, sovereign, and even free person from the negative principles, that society has conceived and attributed to it (to the concept of isolation) a status of objectivity; that preaches to all to blindly recognize them as, indeed, objective. The loner is a person who rethinks things. Only through rethinking will he break through the boundaries of intersubjective nature, knowing that this nature is indeed intersubjective. When a person thinks about things anew, he is remodelling his inner and ideological structure; The structures of his faith undergo renovation, cleansing, shaping - a reassessment of all the things in which he has believed or learned to believe so far, in order to develop an intellectual nature with wider horizons; A nature whose pre-transplanted social nature becomes shaky until it is deprived of its own skin, just as a snake sheds its skin and develops a newer skin than its predecessor. The point of self-professorship is to create a science that explains how your mind works. Just as science is meant to explain how the world and the universe work, so the professor of the self develops researches his mind and devises theories about the components of his mind and how they work together to create a robust, functional and most importantly-healthy identity. And if the professor himself finds that his mind is weak, dysfunctional, or defective, he can do two things: lose an attempt at self-inquiry and turn to others, or develop self-inquiry and turn to his own resources. Remember, loneliness is a time of survival, and solitude is a time of peace and prosperity. There is no solitude without loneliness (unless there are exceptions), and logotherapeutic richness (based on existential meaning) cannot be attained by being alone without them first of all knowing the survival skills necessary for his or her mental survival. If you do not know how to light a fire, make containers, hunt, etc., your "verdict" is hunger, despair and even death. If you know how to know yourself, you will also know what is good for you and for you personally, while you know how to avoid the things that harm you and threaten your peace. Society can provide you with all your needs and be a help against you as a means of support, understanding and affection when needed, but if you do not know how to provide all these to yourself in life you will not know to know yourself in depth. After all, if you are mentally dependent on society, you do not need to know yourself. Self-awareness at its core is a tool for better mental health, and those who are not lonely or lead a solitary life, do not need this tool; There are countless people who can specialize in getting to know yourself, such as psychologists and other advisors; if you are not a loner, why would you learn to know yourself if it has no functionality, no contribution?
- Individualism and Being Expendable
How can one know when one is expendable in a movie or in any other piece of media? -- By the fact that they can be replaced, of course. If you're a henchman or someone with no known name of your own, most chances you will be either killed, forgotten, or both. When you're a stormtrooper in Star Wars, most chances you'll die if you are to confront the main heroes, all because their continuity is far more important than yours. You have no face, as it is covered by a helmet that covers the faces of your many counterparts. Thus, if you are to be killed in battle as a henchman, no one will care for you, not in within the story, and not outside the story. While this is not exactly the same in real life, the sad truth is that many of us are, in fact, expendable, at least in the eyes of one person or entity. At work, you could always be fired, theoretically, and be replaced by someone whose skills may be sharper than yours. If you're in the dating world, there is always a chance you'll be cheated on with someone who is prettier, more attractive, smarter or stronger than you. If you're a soldier, unless your rank is high enough, you are, and I apologize for saying it, a "meat shield" between the enemy and between your nation's citizens. If you play an online game with a team and you're not very good at said game, you'll be scolded and kicked out in favour of better players, as if losing is that much of a severe thing. If you wish to decrease the chances of you being expendable, you must become more unique in the field where you are expendable. You ought to hone your skills, be more memorable, and do something of great significance, that will make people look at you and not through you, as if you are a ghost or another generic person. In other words, individualism is the solution to expendability. In fiction, how can we differ between the heroes and the villain's army they're confronting? First, we are aware of their name and faces. Secondly, their skills are usually far, far more superior than that of the average henchman. Thirdly, they are objectively more important simply because of their role in the plot of the fictional piece. Even if the villain's henchmen look cool in their suits or armour, in the end it is they who will die, and thus serve no further role in stopping the hero or heroes, in their quest to save the world and defeat the bad guy, who is, by the way, also far more important than his or her minions. This is what I've learned in fiction. "Survival" is not just getting the next paycheck for doing the things you are told to do; it's also about being recognized enough to be as far as possible from being expendable. If it's in a job, then you must show extraordinary skill; if it's in dating, you must train your social skills and your appearance; if it's in the military, you must be extremely disciplined and obedient to your superiors. However, these solutions are not the end, but the means. They are the means to the end, with the end being anyone you interact with -- your boss, your partner, your commanding officer, your teacher and so on. Thus, individuality can logically play a very important role in preserving yourself in your current frameworks, while also making you far more appreciated than the "average joe". In order to gain individuality that will elevate you from the average "henchman", you must commit some significant feats that will make you a far more superior candidate for whatever life has to offer for you. For me, it was the books that I wrote. After I wrote some books, people around me has begun to see me differently, and obviously I'm talking from experience. During the time I went to interviews, my books played a very large role in considering me for the job I was interviewed for. I also not long ago went to see a doctor, who asked me if I know how to read and write. When I told him I have I made a website, I could see the sudden glow in his eyes. Indeed, when you have achievements that are considered by society as remarkable, you will be not only seen differently, but also might be treated differently as well. Are you having enough free time? That free time can be utilized for a project that will make you memorable, even if it will not put you on your local television or newspaper. Leisure is important, but it doesn't mean that we must use it all just for rejuvenation and R&R. Take your time to create projects that will make people be able to distinguish you better from other people of your social category (such as age group, gender and level of education). Once your merits will increase and you will become more recognized because of them, greater opportunities might be open for you. I live in a country where English fluency is rather low, and many people that I knew and know here are having a hard time both reading, writing and speaking English. The fact that I took the time as a kid and teen to learn English, has put me in a higher "position" in school, in the job-hunting world, and attracted to me people from all over the world through the internet. Don't waste your free time; use it to increase your individuality, and become less of a "henchman" and more of a person who has "plot armour", so to speak. Make yourself worthy of becoming important!
- My Possible Demise (In Theory)
(Background music:) As I have written before, I am a sufferer of an illness I call "Exhaustion Syndrome", also known as "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome". That illness means, that you are in a constant state of either exhaustion or tiredness, and thus far there are no known cure nor clear factors. My former psychologist, in fact, has never heard of this condition, simply because it is very mysterious and not well known, not among the general public, and not among professionals themselves. You may also be wondering how come I write so much, if I am so exhausted. Well, you see, I ask myself the same question as well, as writing is so easy and a fluent deed for me to do; I can write at least 2 articles and a poem a day, as I have witnessed myself on certain days. What scary about all of this is, that I do not fully know what this illness is capable of. In other words, this very sanctuary that I have -- the ability to write extensively and efficiently -- might be taken away from me, due to this damn disease. How does it feel, you might ask? When intensified, it feels like an inner scream, trying to break out of my body. The more I perform an action that triggers this inner behaviour, the more difficult that action will be, even if, by itself, it's something even a simple artificial intelligence can theoretically do. In other words, I admit I cannot wash the dishes by myself, nor walk very long distances like I used to do in the past. Loud noises, even, can make me exhausted, so I am always with my headphones, even when I'm outside, to protect my ears from being "raped" by the world around me. It's a hard topic to talk about, even for me, but in the end, it's not something that you can know for certain how it is going to develop. I can still remember the days where I did not had it. These were good times, even if they were stressful due to the yelling I used to hear in my former neighbourhood and different schools. I remember being able to sit in and play video games all day without a care in the world, without knowing how it's like, to be exhausted, and having to rest frequently. Should this disease affect my role in life as a writer, then I might not be able to write anymore, or at least, not be able to write as competently as I currently do. Thus, I will need a successor if I want to keep this site afloat, long after my death (no worries, this disease does not kill). Philosophically, the disease has taught me that life is unfair, and is not governed by divine justice. I've never done anything wrong to deserve this great liability, did I? I even, recently, donated to charity, to the poor, and yet, my disease remains unaffected. Nature itself, by the way, has no justice at all, beyond the justice of survival. Look at Lunar Moths; they are confined to die of starvation, what did they do wrong? Look at the Praying Mantis, who will be served as nutrition during the act of mating, as if there is no food around these insects. Look at Peacocks -- the more attractive you are, the more of a "sitting duck" you will be to your predators, which is very ironic, because attraction is supposed to serve survival, not condemn one and their lineage. The notion of "cosmic justice" doesn't appear to exist, at least completely, in this world, and even in other worlds, if we are to assume that there are other lifeforms out there. All we have in our hands, is to concern ourselves with the survival of ourselves, of those who are dear to us, and to the things that are dear to us. This is why I intend Philosocom to exist long after my very own demise, whether it will be mentally or mortally. But, even if things s*ck, one should remember that even if the environment cannot be altered to one's desires, one can always change their mindset, their perception, of reality. Even if I am to be conquered by this disease, to the point I won't be able to write, at least I will look back in my life, and remember that these years have not gone to waste!
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Rubinshtein Philosocom's Writer About I am a philosopher from Israel, author of several books in 2 languages, and Quora's Top Writer of the year 2018. I'm also a semi-hermit who has decided to dedicate his life to writing and sharing my articles across the globe. More information about me can be found here . People Who Enjoyed My Writings Number #1 Testimonial A Tanzanian Teacher "My students are proud of you and they feel deeply & utterly enlightened!" A Long-Time Reader From India "Sir, Thanks so much. You indeed are a master philosopher." A Fan "Philosocom is an absolute gem. Thank you for your insights" A Quora Reader "Thank you for that introspective and interesting share." A Canadian Caligraphist "Thank you for your feedback, I appreciate reading your articles" "I think you're a blliriant young man who is trying to learn how to philosophize properly. It is not a simple task. 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- Mr. Tomasio Rubinshtein -- Philosocom
About the Philosopher "Even if you’ll try to bring down my spirit, I will rarely despair as I have decided to put my very own life at stake. Therefore, there is only room for improvement, or there is death. Since I don't want to die, I will resume my craft" -- Rubinshtein's bio on Quora "Tomasio is a great philosopher we can all relate to" -- Michelle Contreras Ewans, writer and researcher. Tomasio A. Rubinshtein is an Israeli philosopher and writer. Born in the 90's of the previous century, he wrote many books, mostly of philosophical nature, starting from the age of 15. He is primarily known from his participation on Quora, where he answered questions of people across the globe. A lot of his English content is a product of his voluntary services to this respected site, where was also declared one of the site's Top Writers for 2018. Rubinshtein has written and published 7 books in Hebrew and English, mainly on the topic of philosophy, with the last published book being a collection of a few short stories and poetry. All can be bought as E-books in his E-book store on PayHip (the link will be at the bottom of this description). A firm believer of individuality, he resigned from his academic studies, and chose to go his own way as an independent philosopher, believing that one doesn't need an academic degree in order to be a philosopher, giving Socrates, Diogenes and Nietzsche as examples. On April 2019 he founded Philosocom, a site dedicated to many of his articles, which he updates on a regular basis to this day (2021). Regarding his education, he has fully graduated highschool and attended a few courses in philosophy at the Israeli Open University. In addition he has won 3rd place in a local writing contest for high school students, and have reached the finals of an English speech competition at Jerusalem. In addition, he is dedicated to complete a lot of courses on Udemy, to the point he sees it as a hobby of his. Rubinshtein has also been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome at the age of 13, and served at the Israeli National Service for a year. In 2019, Rubinshtein managed a community on the Quora website, composed of dozens of thousands of followers, dedicated to the sharing of insightful content. Although it is now disbanded, many people appreciated his initiative. If you have any questions to ask Mr. Rubinshtein, become a member by using the log-in feature at the header above and you'll have the option to contact him by the blog's comment section. At the bottom of each page there is his e-mail, along with his social media addresses. * Buy his books today by going to his digital book store . 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