How can future generations avoid the mistakes of the past and present?

Question from the Internet:

“What kinds of events going on in the world right now could be producing similar effects in future generations?”

Human history is a blind, instinctive, helplessly recurring chain of vicious cycles as our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, subjective, and individualistic ego distorts, corrupts even the best, most beautiful plans, ideas, systems.

Thus as long as we continue this blind, instinctive path of development, future generations will stumble through the same — increasingly more serious — crisis situations, catastrophes until humanity will fully self-destruct.

Fortunately, we have the ability and opportunity to switch from this blind path of suffering to a better, conscious, positive, and constructive path of human development.

We can take our fate into our own hands by learning — through a special, purposeful, and practical educational method — how to align human development with Nature’s evolution, rebuilding human society based on Nature’s strict, unforgiving laws that sustain the balance and homeostasis life depends on.

This means building a global society where mutual responsibility, mutually complementing cooperation for the sake of the whole collective will neutralize, overcome our inherently egocentric, subjective, individualistic calculations to facilitate our collective problem-solving and survival.

In addition — beyond “simple” physical survival — through such mutual connections we will also gain an unprecedented collective consciousness, intellect through which we will experience a qualitatively much greater, literally unbounded sense of existence.

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Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.