Should we create our own world?

Question from the Internet:

“If you could create your own world what would be some of your rules? Be creative! For exp. money will grow in fish tanks.”

I apologize in advance for not playing along, but the main problem today is that we all want to create our own world that suits us. Through our completely, inherently egocentric, and subjective worldview, we are constantly searching for how we can use, exploit any situation for our own benefit, profit — while we knowingly, unknowingly succeed at the expense of others.

And in the globally integrated, interdependent Natural system we exist in this makes us behave like cancer.

In fact, we do not have to “create” any world, as we exist in a perfect one.

There is no greater perfection than what Nature can create looking at the integral, living systems around us, within us — considering how trillions of cells microbes comprise a “body” on top of which we have this unique consciousness we consider ourselves, when the simple sum, combination of these cells, microbes would amount to nothing if we connected them together.

Thus we need to develop the conscious, objective ability to see and feel perfection all around us, inside of us, by becoming Nature’s only conscious, selfless, and thus objective observers above and against our original limited, dark, egocentric, and subjective worldview.

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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.