Do human rights lead to indiscipline?
Question from the Internet:
“How do human rights lead to indiscipline?”
The problem is that the individual or collective rights we talk about, we fight for are merely illusions. Since we all exist in a fully integrated and interdependent humanity, as we are all integral parts of Nature’s fully integrated, lawful, and deterministic system, we are like cells of a single, living organism.
Please tell me, what individual rights do any of the cells, organs of our own biological cells have? If any of the cells, organs started operating individually, according to their own calculations disconnected from the mainstream operation of the body, illness, cancer develops.
This is exactly what we observe in human society. We all try to act like cancer cells, surviving, succeeding, consuming everything at the expense of others, at the expense of the whole system. In each subsequent civilization, we try different ideologies, structures, laws, oppression to try to stifle this egocentric, individualistic attitude, relation but we always fail, especially those who lead societies and try oppressing others for their own benefit, profit.
We need a unique, purposeful, and highly practical educational method that can help us not only understand but make us viscerally feel our total interdependence, how much our lives to the smallest detail depend on others, how we need to relate to each other with total mutual responsibility.
Only when we see, feel, digest this will we become able to adjust our behavior and learn and fulfill our unique, predetermined, irreplaceable role, purpose in humanity and in Nature’s system.