Question from the Internet:
“Can we behave and understand exactly like humans without “human nurturing”?”
Without “human nurturing”, without the right, “human” education, we cannot behave and understand like “Humans”, because we are not born “Humans”.
We are born “potentially Human”, but in our inherent stage, while we blindly follow our instinctive nature, we are actually worse than animals.
Animals — and all other parts and elements of nature — instinctively and automatically integrated into nature’s mutually integrated system, steadfastly holding themselves to nature’s “mutual guarantee”.
This natural “mutual guarantee” means that each and every element in nature — like the cells and organs of our own biological body — selflessly and unconditionally integrate, each finding and performing their unique, irreplaceable, and crucially important role, while also receiving exactly what they need and deserve in order to hold onto that role for the sake and wellbeing of the whole.
Human beings are born outside of this mutual guarantee. We all sense ourselves as independent and individual beings, separated from each other and nature.
As a result, we all fight and compete exclusively against all other parts of the system — especially against other humans — while we survive and succeed in whatever we do at the expense of others.
In this, instinctive state, we exist and behave exactly like cancer, living at each other’s expense while overconsuming everything until we destroy the whole system and ourselves. And in our generation, we have reached the threshold of this self-destruction.
On the other hand, only human beings have the capability to critically examine, assess and attain themselves and their inherent incompatibility with nature’s laws and natural existence. We also have the ability to initiate and conduct a unique self-change and self-upgrade process, through which we can acquire a new, second nature and inner software.
And with this new nature and inner software we can build nature-like mutual integration and coexistence. And through this nature-like mutual integration and coexistence, we reach similarity with nature and integrate into nature.
And since we achieve this integration with each other and nature consciously, purposefully, and by our own efforts, even after the seamless integration we retain our unique, independent Human consciousness.
And, as a result, we become nature’s only fully conscious inner observers and equal partners, we become, in effect, nature’s conscious, collective mind.
This is when we actually become “truly Human” — similar to nature above and against our inherent nature.
This we cannot achieve without the right “nurturing and education”.