A state of utopia
Question from the Internet:
“Is the state of utopia attainable in one’s lifetime? What happens when we reach the state?”
The first, most obvious question is: what is that state of utopia?
Perhaps it is something very different for all of us, according to our desires, personal conditions, according to the upbringing, the education we went through, according to the ideology, culture, religion we follow?!
Perhaps there is an “absolute utopia” that would be the same for all of us, as it is not defined by our inherently subjective, egocentric consciousness, perception of reality, but it is defined, obligated by the laws and evolution of Nature?
Perhaps this absolute utopia means a human society, where — following Nature’s integral template — we all find our own, unique, irreplaceable, mutually responsible, mutually complementing role, purpose and receive justly, proportionately everything we need to continue our selfless, altruistic contribution to the whole?
Perhaps such a state, where we all become like healthy cells in a single, living, Human superorganism that is seamlessly integrated into Nature, we acquire an unprecedented, collective consciousness, a perception that elevates us to a qualitatively much higher sense of existence, liberated from the inherently subjective, egocentric perception of time, space and physical motion?
Perhaps when we get there, we will continue to maintain, strengthen such an altruistic, collective state above and against our inherent, selfish, individualistic egos trying to disconnect us from that state? Then this dynamic balance, the vast contrast will verify, justify and constantly sharpen that new, infinite, and eternal perception, the consciousness we live through?