The root of all problems
Question from the Internet:
“What is one thing responsible for all problems?”
The one thing that is responsible for all problems is the incompatibility of inherent human nature with Nature’s finely balanced and mutually integrated system.
This is paradoxical since human nature is also created by nature as we are born from Nature and still exist within Nature’s system.
Still, compared to all other elements — inanimate, vegetative and animate — in Nature human beings are inherently opposite: self-serving, self-justifying, subjective and individualistic. We exist like single-cell organisms — similar to cancer cells — that exist and survive at the expense of every other part of the system including other human beings.
This is neither a sin nor is this evil since we did not have any free choice about the nature and internal software we are born with. Moreover, it was purposeful from Natural evolution’s point of view to create human beings “unfinished and raw” in order to give us free choice and the ability to take our development and to complete our Human evolution into our own hands.
Just like single-cell organisms instinctively evolved into multi-cellular organisms millions of years ago for the obvious evolutionary advantage, human beings also need to make the same evolutionary breakthrough — but in our case, this breakthrough has to be conscious, proactive and purposeful.
Evolution determined human beings as the peak of Natural evolution, to become the whole system’s only fully conscious, fully aware internal observers and equal partners. For this reason, we had to be born opposite to and incompatible with Nature with a unique Human intellect that is capable of recognizing this opposition and incompatibility and initiating a process of conscious and proactive adaptation to the system.
Until we reach the necessary recognition and the point of decision to willingly adapt ourselves to Nature we remain opposite and incompatible — which leads to all of the problems within humanity and between humanity and Nature we are observing and suffering from today.
It is upon our generation — just a step before seemingly inevitable self-destruction — to initiate this unique and conscious self-transformation and self-completion on the way of fully adapting ourselves to Nature’s finely balanced and mutually integrated system.