The definition of “society” — by Nature
Question from the Internet:
“How would you define society?”
I think it would be more important to know how Nature defines “society”.
For Nature “society” means a balanced, living ecosystem that can sustain its own balance and homeostasis while it is also in mutual balance and harmony with other independent, closed ecosystems around it.
Human society can become able to handle, solve the mounting, seemingly unsolvable global problems we are facing only when global human society will be rebuilt on Nature’s integral template.
This means, that each smaller, larger environment, society has to work, exist based on Nature’s laws of integration, each member of each environment, society becoming selfless, altruistic, mutually and unconditionally serving cells within that environment, society, working, existing only for the sake of the others, for the sake of the whole collective.
Then all such smaller or larger mutually integrated environments can interconnect based on their similar integral pattern, comprising a complete, single Human “super-organism” which can also seamlessly integrate into Nature through reaching similarity with Nature’s integral pattern.
Our Human uniqueness is that we have to achieve this mutual integration with each other and the subsequent integration into Nature by our own efforts, consciously, above, and against our inherently “cancer-like”, egotistic, fiercely and proudly individualistic, exploitative tendencies, instincts.
This gives us an unprecedented and unparalleled advantage in Nature — we will become the system’s only integrated but still, independent observers, witnesses, partners — by that justifying ourselves “being Human”.