Solving problems in society
Question from the Internet:
“How can we solve trivial societal problems?”
In order to solve any problems, first, we would need to know what is causing them.
Our societal — and in fact any of our problems — come from our total inability to establish positive, sustainable, mutually responsible, and mutually complementing interconnections, cooperation between people.
We are totally incapable of such connections as we are all born with an inherently self-serving, self-justifying, subjective, and individualistic nature. We can make calculations only for ourselves and we are instinctively driven towards ruthless competition, success at the expense of others.
This is not evil or sinful, we are simply born this way -purposefully by Nature’s evolution — in order to consciously recognize this inbuilt flaw in us and to proactively, consciously search for a solution — by methodically changing, fine-tuning, upgrading ourselves.
And this is realistically, truly possible with the help of a unique, purposeful, and highly practical educational method that is based on Nature’s strict, fundamental laws of integration without which life would not be possible.