Our global world has become like a single country
Question from the Internet:
“What would life be like if there was only one country?”
First of all, our inherently selfish, egocentric and exploitative human development reached such a state where even countries are falling into fractions, “brothers” hating and killing each other. Even the classical family ceased to function — especially in the West.
On the other hand, since we evolved into a globally integrated and fully interdependent world — by the pressure of Nature’s strict laws and forces that govern Nature’s fully and mutually integrated system and its balance that is crucially necessary for life — the whole world has become not only one country but as a single family.
Whether we agree or not, whether we like it or not, we all depend on one another, even for our day-to-day survival.
So the very serious and very difficult task before us is to change our inherent viewpoint and attitude toward each other to such an extent that above and against our inherent egos, we can selflessly and unconditionally accept and implement a Nature-like mutual integration between individuals and nations.
This has nothing to do with any of our arbitrary and artificial ideologies, philosophies or religions that are all based on our self-serving, egocentric and subjective worldview and calculations. We have to adapt ourselves to Nature’s integral template because otherwise, our continuing collective human survival is in jeopardy.