Globalization guides us to our unique, evolutionary Human role in Nature
Question from the Internet:
“Is globalization, characterized by a rapid exchange of good, people, and service across different countries a random or a deliberate phenomenon?”
Globalization we currently observe in human society is an evolutionary, survival necessity for human beings.
We are born from, still exist in and evolve with Nature’s fully integrated and interdependent system. In order to survive, continue to develop in this system humanity will have to become similar to Nature, we have to achieve full adaptation, integration into the system through first of all integrating with each other.
We will have to go through a similar process single-cell organisms went through billions of years ago, “choosing" a qualitatively much higher, beneficial, effective multi-cellular life-forms above their original single-cell life. At that time it was a blind, instinctive shift necessitated by Nature’s forces of evolution.
The uniqueness of humanity — leading to our unprecedented, unparalleled evolutionary Human role in the system — is that we have to go through this process consciously, proactively, by our own free choice and effort.
This will give us a total understanding of Nature’s perfect system, a unique insider insight, making Humanity Nature’s only conscious, independent observers, partners as a result of the acquired contrast between the original egocentric, subjective, single-cell life experience and the new, selfless, mutually integrated, collective sense of existence.