Facing the futility of individual human existence
Question from the Internet:
“What are your limitations as a human being? How would you deal with these limitations?”
We are extremely limited as individual human beings as we are all locked inside our own, subjective, egocentric, distorted consciousness, perception of reality.
We can see how desperately helpless we are in understanding, solving, preventing problems as each tries to understand, find solutions according to their own selfish, introverted viewpoint, calculations.
Our “sciences” are philosophies, with unfounded theories about the world around us, in the lack of mutual understanding, agreements we try forcing our opinions on others we do not trust anybody else, we constantly succeed, survival at each other’s expense knowingly, unknowingly and inevitably destroy whatever we touch, reach.
Isolated, left to our instinctive nature we are like cells, organs of a single body that have been separated from each other, staying alive by some miracle without the mutual circulations, communication as it should be.
On the other hand, if we learned from Nature how integrated, living systems work, exist, survive, grow and we applied Nature’s integral template to our connections, to the fabric of human society, we could build a completely different, qualitatively much higher, collective consciousness, collective Human existence.
Then — through the similarity we achieve with Nature’s system — we could easily understand all the cause and effect processes influencing our lives, we could easily solve and prevent problems and sense an existence above, beyond the egocentric, subjective limitations of time and space.
It is this transition our generation is tasked with as we recognize the futility of our individualistic existence.