Humanity’s unique, conscious evolution

Question from the Internet:

“What is humanity? Why don’t we care about each other? We are human and we need each other.”

Humanity is a single species in Nature’s integral system, and this is how Nature treats us, relates to us, as to a single Human “super-organism”.

On the other hand from our own, inherently egocentric, subjective, self-serving and self-justifying point of view we all sense, consider ourselves as single, standalone creatures, beings, that are separated, disconnected from each other.

We all feel as if the whole world was created to serve us personally, we thrive on ruthless, exclusive competition, succeeding, surviving at each other’s expense.

This is how we are born, this is the original software we received from Nature’s evolution is egotistic, selfish, exploitative.

And this is all purposeful from evolution - as everything else is. Human beings being born “outside of Nature”, against on another (from our own viewpoint) gives us the opportunity to correct, “upgrade” our original nature/program, thus complementing our Human development by our own efforts, consciously.

This gives us our unique, unparalleled Human advantage in Nature, helping us on top of evolution’s pyramid.

Since we complete our development consciously, by ourselves, starting from an opposite, outsider position compared to Nature, even after we completed our reintegration with each other - and by that we integrate into Nature - we will retain an independent, conscious, objective observer status.

Then we can become Nature’s only fully aware, inner observers, witnesses, partners in the merit of the unique Human duality - becoming similar, integrated with Nature on top, against our original opposition, incompatibility.

It is in our present generation that we can start this last, conscious phase of Human development, first recognizing the self-destructive, cancer-like quality of our original program, and then consciously, methodically correcting, upgrading ourselves by methodically, protectively harnessing evolution’s developing force.

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

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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.