About The Video
Why do good people do bad things?
For that matter, why do people steal, commit acts of terror, or become tyrants? Why do people hurt one another?
With everything that’s going on in the word right now, these questions are at the forefront of our minds. But the answers don’t always come easily. It can bewilder us or anger us when people choose to do wrong — especially if you try you're hardest to do the right thing.
In this interview, Mindvalley Founder Vishen Lakhiani and New York Times Bestselling author of Conversations with God, Neale Donald Walsch, share the primary motivation for every action in the world.
By understanding this motivation, you will no longer need to forgive anyone. And this is vital if humanity is going to take the next great evolutionary leap. “You cannot solve a problem with the same energy that created it,” Neale says. “We need to get to a place where we totally understand. We need to awaken.”
What do you think is the primary motivation for people's behaviors? Share your thoughts in the comments below!