The goal of Humanity
Question from the Internet:
“What gives life meaning? And what should be the goal of humanity?”
The meaning of life is finding out and fulfilling our unique, evolutionary Human role, purpose in existence — both individually and collectively.
We have a very special role predetermined in Nature’s relentless plan of evolution, which will firmly place us at the peak of Natural evolution.
For this reason, human beings are born with an inherently “unnatural”, self-centered, self-justifying, subjective, and individualistic nature that drives us to behave like cancer in nature’s integrated and interdependent body.
This gives us an independent, “outsider” viewpoint of Nature’s system. And if we learn above and against our inherent nature how to consciously, proactively integrate into Nature — by willingly, actively, mutually integrating with each other first — we become Nature’s only insider but still independent observers and partners.
This is the goal of Humanity as determined by Natural evolution. We will get to this goal with or without our consent. But the way we get there is our free choice. We can wait for worsening situations, deepening crises, and intolerable suffering to take us there, or we can proactively consciously study and accept our purpose and adapt ourselves methodically without waiting for the blows.