Existing in a self-generated dystopian world
Question from the Internet:
“Would you say we are already living in a dystopian world? Will it get worse from here?”
Yes, we do live in a “dystopian world,” especially when we compare our human system to Nature’s finely balanced and mutually integrated system.
And if we do not recognize the root cause of our problems and make the necessary changes, we will encounter and experience all the horrors Hollywood graphically already imagined for us.
Unless we recognize and accept our own inherently egotistic, subjective, individualistic, and exploitative nature — that drives each and every person — behind all of our historical and contemporary problems, we will inevitably self-destruct in this or in the next generation.
We will all have to learn how to act and exist above and against our instincts and inherent attitude towards each other and Nature, becoming selfless and altruistic, “healthy cells” in humanity’s single, living organism that is also seamlessly integrated into Nature’s system.
This has nothing to do with any of our arbitrary and self-serving ideologies, philosophies, or religions. We have to change and adapt ourselves to Nature based on Nature’s strict, unchanging and unforgiving laws.