Our inherent Human right
Question from the Internet:
“Are human rights gifted or inherent to everybody?”
Human right — our right to become truly Human — is inherent for all of us.
Becoming “truly Human” means to become similar to Nature, to acquire the Natural qualities of selfless, altruistic, unconditional service of others through positive, mutually responsible, and mutually complementing interconnections.
By this conscious, purposeful, methodical integration with each other — above and against our inherently selfish, egoistic, subjective, and individualistic nature that drives us to succeed at each other’s expense — we achieve integration into Nature’s perfectly balanced system through the acquired similarity with it.
As a result, we find and fulfill our unique evolutionary Human role in the system, to become Nature’s only conscious, independent but integrated observers, partners.