The most perfect environment for human beings
Question from the Internet:
“Describe the most natural environment for a human being. Does your description match the environment you live in?”
Although we do not remember it consciously, the most natural, most perfect environment for human beings — and any other living being — is the mother’s womb.
In the mother’s womb all our needs, desires are immediately, most optimally fulfilled without asking. Moreover, in that natural environment, we do not have any artificial, excessive desires, needs, so we are constantly in balance and homeostasis with our environment, which perfectly sustained balance and homeostasis gives us the sense of infinite happiness.
And here starts an interesting, striking difference between humans and other animals. Animals do not feel leaving their mother’s womb as a tragedy, as they remain fully integrated, embraced in Nature’s perfectly balanced, integrated system, living their life “unconsciously” constantly within that balance and integration. Even the prey, being eaten by a predator senses its necessary, crucial place in the general “circle of life” without “lamenting” its own loss of physical existence.
For human beings leaving the mother’s womb is the greatest tragedy. We find ourselves in a hostile, dark world even if we are born in the best possible family. Our whole life is a ruthless, unfair competition against others and Nature, our self-serving, self-justifying, distrusting, insatiable egos driving us towards conflicts and crisis situations all the time as we can’t find the necessary balance and homeostasis, as we do not feel instinctively integrated into Nature — and human environment — as animals do.
We can reach a true, lasting sense of happiness, fulfillment only if we “return to our mother’s womb”, this time consciously, in full awareness of the perfection available there.
This of course does not mean literally returning to our physical mother’s womb. But we can build a unique, closed, mutually supportive, and mutually complementing human environment that acts and feels like a human incubator, all of us finding our perfect, mutually responsible, mutually complementing place while receiving justly, proportionately everything we need to comfortably;y sustain that mutual contribution.
The purpose of human life is to build this incubator-like human society for each other, where each is like an embryo in the embrace of the others, while at the same time each is also part of the embracing, loving incubator for the “embryos of the others”.
This unique human society, the incubator will be built based on Nature’s laws of integration and as a result, we also integrate into Nature with it, finding ourselves in a larger, truly loving, maximally and unconditionally fulfilling external “mother’s womb” we have never felt before — as we have always been incompatible with it. But now, through the perfect integration between us, we can also start feeling a reciprocal, only positive, and mutually fulfilling relation to Nature.