It is very important that we learn about our own nature

It basically showed that in the “right” conditions any of us could become a “concentration camp guard”, happily enjoying abusing others.

While it is a terrible, revolting discovery and many people tried to deny the results or use all kinds of excuses to discredit it, in fact, we are born with an inherently selfish, individualistic, and exploitative nature that enjoys succeeding at the expense of others.

As they say, the right diagnosis is half the cure. This is why it is very important to reveal our true nature in “safe, methodical” conditions where we can also, immediately start adjusting, upgrading our nature towards the positive, mutually responsible, and mutually commenting Human interconnections our collective survival depends on.

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