It is not in Nature’s interest to destroy us, humanity as the peak of evolution

Question from the Internet:

“Why doesn’t nature destroy humanity instead of toying with us?”

Because nature, evolution has a unique, predetermined, evolutionary purpose for humanity.

We need to become nature’s only conscious, insider but independent observers, partners.

In order to reach such a unique role, purpose we had to be born opposite to, seemingly outside of nature, with an inherently selfish, egotistic, individualistic and exploitative/overconsuming inner program.

Until now we have developed through this selfish, egotistic program, blindly stumbling through history’s helplessly recurring vicious cycles. Now nature is increasing its pressure on us, as according to “evolution’s relentless schedule" in our generation we will have to shift to a different, conscious and “nature-like" development.

This means learning how to adapt ourselves to nature’s fully integrated, interdependent system through mutually integrating with each other — above and against our original nature.

This conscious, purposeful, methodical shift, and the dramatic contrast between our original, selfish, egotistic and individualistic viewpoint and the newly acquired integrated, altruistic, natural viewpoint will qualify is to our evolutionary role.

The end result is guaranteed, but we can choose how we get there.

We can wait for nature to continue to toy with us, pressure is with increasing blows, crisis, until intolerable suffering will soften and change is, or we can take our human development into our own hands, progressing without the blows, by our own volition.

https://youtu.be/lctdsFFhGO4

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.