Infinite struggle

Question from the Internet:

“If there ever was an end to war and conflict, would humanity struggle to not know what to do with itself?”

Your question is just, Life is about constant struggle, overcoming, as without setting new goals, progressing above difficulties, challenges we do not actually feel that we exist.

If we were put into the most perfect possible state, into a “heaven” Hollywood sometimes depicts with its angelic music and pastel colors and everybody smiling — if we had to stay in that state forever, we would go crazy and would want to actually die.

Until now we defined ourselves in competing against each other, trying to overcome others, to become greater, stronger, wealthier, more respected than others and if we could do it at their expense it was even better.

At the same time we also have been fighting our ‘war against Nature”, trying to tame, harness Nature’s forces, manipulate, change Nature to suit our inherently selfish, egocentric, subjective needs, demands.

But this egocentric, subjective, individualistic struggle brought us to a very fragile, potentially fateful place when we can easily self-destruct either by killing each other or becoming completely incapable of solving all the different problems our incompatibility with Nature causes.

So how can we solve this problem while also maintaining a constant inspiration, motivation, opportunity to overcome, “struggle”?

Fortunately, in order to solve all our present problems and to safeguard our collective survival in the globally integrated, fully interdependent world we evolved into, we need to learn how to think, make decisions and act above and against our all-powerful egos, that want to stop any positive, constructive, sustainable and meaningful connection, cooperation with others.

And our ego is “indestructible”, moreover it constantly intensifies. So all we have to learn is how to constantly fight, overcome our selfish, subjective, individualistic egos in order to build and maintain the positive, constructive, mutually responsible, and mutually complementing cooperation our collective survival, and our qualitatively much higher, truly Human, collective existence depends on.

The true “heaven”, a percent, collective consciousness, perception of reality, sense of existence above the inherently egocentric, subjective limitations of time and space is not static, stale, but it is infinite changes, infinite challenges, and overcoming with infinite speed.

This is what we can achieve, reach here and now together, with the help of a unique, purposeful, and highly practical educational method built based on Nature’s absolute, unchanging laws.



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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.