How long before humanity becomes extinct?
Question from the Internet:
“How long before humanity becomes extinct?”
Humans are not going to become extinct. This is simply because nature’s evolution has a specific, predetermined evolutionary role for humanity.
We are supposed to become the system’s only conscious, on the one hand, fully integrated, and on the other hand, independent observers and partners.
For this to happen, we have to go through a special, conscious, and purposeful development from now on, in contrast to the blind and instinctive development we have been through so far.
This does not mean that we will not go through terrible calamities, nuclear wars, total socioeconomic collapse, or incredible natural disasters before we awaken to start this conscious development evolution expects from us. If we ignore all the signs and the unique method that explains what we have to do, we will “almost” self-destruct in this or in the next generation.
Then, a handful of people will remain, and they will have to fulfill that unique, evolutionary human role evolution expects from us. And as a result of that terrible and intolerable suffering, that handful of people will subjugate themselves to the developmental demands and perform their roles.
Still, we have the option of avoiding such suffering and loss of life by recognizing and accepting the root cause of all the historical and present-day problems humanity is experiencing. We can quickly reveal that it is our own inherently selfish, egocentric, and individualistic nature that stands behind everything negative and harmful in the world. Then, we can willingly, consciously, and methodically start correcting and adjusting ourselves to nature’s fundamental laws and evolution’s demands, avoiding unnecessary suffering and destruction.
Since all the above is based on nature’s strict, unchanging and unforgiving laws and has nothing to do with our arbitrary philosophies, ideologies, faith systems, or sciences, either the suffering or the wiser option will unfold, regardless of what we think, want, or believe. Our free choice is only in the manner through which we will reach our optimal, final evolutionary role and purpose.