Taking on Nature’s “ethical standards”
Question from the Internet:
Will we have a higher standard of ethics in the future?
We can develop a higher standard of ethics, provided we switch our inherently self-centered, self-serving, self-justifying, and subjective human ethics with the “ethical standards” of Nature.
Nature’s ethics are based on the system’s strict, unchanging and unforgiving laws of integration, that sustain the general balance and homeostasis life depends on.
These laws, the Natural “ethical standard” has been applied, translated to human relationships, human societies by unique, original, empirical natural scientists. But their principle, social, ethical law of “loving others as yourself”, or at least “not to cause harm, offense to others that you also do not want for yourself” has been ignored, misunderstood, misinterpreted for millennia.
Now, in the clearly, sharply, globally integrated and interdependent system we can finally revisit this Natural principle and implement it in our mutual relationships since we can all see and feel, that in this global, integral system we will not survive unless we adapt ourselves to Nature’s laws and integral template.