Our angle on the world, in which we live, often comes from our spiritual world,
and when I say spiritual world I do not mean precisely the root of our religion but the principles of life in which we believe.
This belief includes our sense of justice, our sources of spiritual information, and in one word — our core.
This is what differentiates a person from a person in the spiritual sense, and the more refined and honest a person is with himself the more he can convince those around him in his own way, because his reality is stronger, and thus he can make up for the missing points in others.
This is the power of intellectuals — who have experience that authenticity of life.