Building a world suffused with goodness

Question from the Internet:

“Would the world be suffused with goodness and peace if people were rational and morally superior?”

At the moment we are all convinced that we are rational and morally superior. Especially each and every human being is convinced that he/she is more rational and morally superior than others — viewing this from our inherently 100% egocentric and subjective consciousness and perception of reality.

As a result, we have the chaotic, warring, crisis-ridden, and dying world we live in today.

If we want to suffuse the world with goodness, first of all, we would all need to give up our own, inherently confused, limited, and distorted subjective, egocentric logic and morality, in order to create space for a true, objective, and positive logic and morality to take its place.

This cannot be achieved in 8 billion people all at once, but it is possible to achieve in small, purposeful, and methodical groups, where people mutually commit to giving up their own opinions, viewpoints in favor of the opinions, viewpoints of others, replacing their own consciousness and perception of reality with the consciousness and perception of the others.

By this, they would create a very special, collective, mutual consciousness, perception of reality, where, from the viewpoint of each, their own part is missing but they gain a multi-faceted, true, and objective “holographic” consciousness and perception through the others.

This is the way towards acquiring a useful, truthful, objective logic and morality that is universal and acceptable for all, which could become the foundation of a new, sustainable, equal, prosperous, and “Nature-like” Human society.

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Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.