Can we create a world without suffering?
Question from the Internet:
“What would a world without suffering look like?”
In order to create a world without suffering, we need to examine why we suffer? Who or what is suffering? Who or what is registering the suffering?
And here, we will find our inherently egocentric, self-serving, self-justifying and individualistic nature behind all suffering – twofold.
Whatever we register as suffering, is the pain or lacking fulfillment of our 100% selfish and individualistic ego. We cannot feel others, we only feel ourselves. And all our calculations, decisions and actions are about obtaining ever-greater pleasures for ourselves and escaping actual or expected pain and suffering.
Our suffering is only and exclusively related to these egocebtric and subjective states.
Moreover, since we all act according to our selfish and exploitative program and we knowingly or unknowingly succeed and survive at each other’s expense, we are inevitably causing suffering to others while trying to avoid suffering for ourselves.
Thus a world without suffering is a world without the selfish ego. A world without suffering is possible only when we all learn how to exist above and independent of our egotistic and individualistic selves. And when we all learn how to perfectly and fully fulfill the desires and needs of others, exactly how they want it, without any egocentric and subjective bias from our part, then we will live in a world without suffering. And, of course, others behave towards us the same way, mutually and reciprocally, eacn according to their best abilities and actual conditions.
In that world, as a result of this purposefully and methodically achieve “mutual guarantee”, we will all feel – tangibly and very realistically – as if we re-entered the “mother’s womb” where all our desires are immediately and in the most optimal way fulfilled.