Are we living in a broken world that needs destroying?
Question from the Internet:
“Do you think it’s better to work within a broken system or to tear it all down?”
We can see from history how futile it is to destroy everything and to try building a completely new system as if we were born anew. We can see today as well how futile and destructive the cancel culture is in trying to erase history or anything that is deemed “unacceptable” to certain people.
In fact, the “system” is not broken at all. We have everything in the world we need, and everything is arranged perfectly, including all the people with all of their seemingly positive and negative qualities — positive and negative according to our inherently subjective and egocentric perception of reality.
What is missing is our own fine-tuning-our own ‘human education” that could teach us how to relate to the world and other people around us and how to use properly everything we have.
If we willingly and consciously adapted ourselves to the world and others — instead of desperately trying to change, correct and manipulate everything to fit our own egocentric, subjective and self-serving viewpoint — we could realize that the world is indeed perfect.
The only element that needs changing is ourselves — each from their own point of view.