Question from the Internet:
“What would our life be like without globalization, better or worse?”
Without “globalization” — without global integration and interdependence that leads to mutually complementing cooperation — there is no life.
Nature’s living systems — including our own biological body — work based on “globalization”, on the total and irrevocable interconnections and the ensuing global communication and energy flow between all comprising parts.
This whole concept is alien and repulsive only to human beings since we are all born with an “anti-globalist”, inherently egocentric, subjective and individualistic consciousness and perception of reality.
Thus by nature, we are against the irrevocable interconnections and the absolute mutual responsibility that are the basic principles of integrated living systems. As a result, human beings are against life and positive and sustainable development. Our “life” is the life of cancer, excessively overconsuming and ruthlessly competitive, surviving and succeeding at the expense of others and Nature.
There is no life without globalization, and our task in this generation is to recognize it and then change and further develop ourselves in order to adapt human society and existence to the Natural concept of “globalization”.
Then we will become active and conscious parts of Nature’s life-creating and life-nurturing system.