Individual success in a global society
Question from the Internet:
“Why does everyone think they are all different whereas we are all humans irrespective of gender or tribe?”
While we are all part of the “human species”, and Nature definitely views us as a single entity, we are all born with a uniquely human sense of independence, all sensing ourselves as subjective, proudly, and fiercely individualistic beings.
This is how Nature created us, and this “ego”, our innate self that views itself higher and more important than everybody else is a very important component of being Human.
Our purpose in nature’s evolution is to acquire an unparalleled, integrated, and at the same time independent observer, partnering role in Nature.
This is why on one hand we had to be born as “unnatural”, egocentric, subjective, and individualistic, and on the other hand, we have to consciously, willingly learn how to integrate between ourselves mutually and through our mutual human integration how to integrate into Nature.
This unique conscious part of our evolution starts in our generation, when masses of people understand, recognize that by blindly, instinctively following the ego towards separation, ruthless competition, survival, and success at each other’s and Nature’s ex[pense is self-destructive.
Our uniqueness, differences will be never suppressed or erased, our unique Human potential is about interconnection, harmonizing the extremely diverse, seemingly incompatible pieces into a single Human mosaic, or like assembling them into a “cosmic Philharmonic Orchestra” that can play in the general frequency of Nature, creating and sustaining life.