The real problem with the world

Question from the Internet:

“What are the most real problems with the world?”

The real problem with the world is that humanity, human beings are inherently incompatible with Nature’s system we are born from and exist in.

Although — like every other still, vegetative or animal parts, elements in Nature — our matter, the engine of our existence is a desire to live, to survive to fulfill ourselves catering for all of our necessities, in human beings the instinctive sense of belonging to the system as integral parts, our automatic failsafe calculations to stay within the fragile balance and homeostasis Nature’s laws govern is missing.

As a result, we feel ourselves outside of, above the system, thinking that we can set up our own laws and systems even if they go directly against Nature, we dream about total control over the planet and beyond the way we see it fit our own subjective, selfish, exploitative calculations.

As we can see clearly it does not work, Nature is infinitely greater, stronger than us. As a result, we are stumbling from crisis to crisis, our systems collapse, slip through our fingers, tiny — basically moderately dangerous — viruses bring our lives to a screeching halt, and we are totally clueless, helpless against Nature’s awesome forces when tsunamis, earthquakes, hurricanes, and other natural phenomena strike us.

Our problem-solving ability and collective survival — and we only have collective survival as a single species in Nature — depends on consciously learning and implementing how to become compatible with Nature’s fully integrated, interdependent system by applying Nature’s template in between us. Then a Naturally integrated global human society will reach similarity, equivalence with Nature and as a result, we will integrate into the system, feeling, understanding it from within.

This conscious, purposeful, and methodical integration into Nature will make us Nature’s only integrated but still independent observers, partners making us truly Human — the peak of Natural evolution.