More than just a German figure of speech which means something like; no problem, or, it's easy,
Kein Ding (nothing/not a thing) is also a practical philosophy of life, based on the fundamental insight that
the best "things" in life, such as love, freedom, peace, joy, truth and justice
aren't "things" outside of us, no distant goals to be achieved,
but these “things” are human values, virtues and characteristics
which you can only discover and develop from within yourself, in order to then apply them practically.
Human nature is not a machine to be built after a model,
and set to do exactly the work prescribed for it,
but a tree, which requires to grow and develop itself on all sides,
according to the tendency of the inward forces which make it a living thing.
John Stewart Mill
Among the goals of life are the overcoming of greed, hatred, illusions, fears, obsessions,
Destructiveness, dishonesty, alienation, indifference, and lack of authenticity
and to achieve independence, the ability to think critically, to give, to love.
Man's development requires his ability to overcome the narrow prison of his ego,
his greed, his ignorance, to overcome his selfishness,
his separation from his fellow human beings and thus his fundamental loneliness.
This transcendence is the prerequisite for being open and connected to the world;
to enjoy everything that is alive, to pour out his abilities into the world around him.
Kein Ding is here to guide you in a new way of thinking, which will empower you to look at your personal challenges as an
opportunity for growth and learning
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