The “truly Human” purpose of existence
Question from the Internet:
“After making all the money you want, acquiring all the goodies you desire, what more is there to human life?”
Our Human purpose, the meaning of Human life cannot be expressed. fulfilled by simply chasing, fulfilling our instinctive desires for food, sex, and family or our social desires of wealth, power, fame, and knowledge.
These are the goals, the purpose we are educated to achieve, these are the goals, the purpose society brainwashes us to covet. But they are not enough, they do not give true, lasting fulfillment, and as we can observe when we have everything we could imagine according to these goals, fulfillment true emptiness, depression, dementia, a complete shutdown of our life ensues.
Basically the most affluent, Western society is dying as people — who have more than kings used to have even a few generations ago — do not know for what purpose, goal they live for. Human development, which is based on the immediate, selfish fulfillment of all our desires, has exhausted itself. People, especially the youth escape into virtual reality, drugs, “circus and bread” entertainment, or manipulating their physical body in any shape and form to find something to do.
If we do not recognize the actual, predetermined, very high, and unparalleled evolutionary Human role, purpose Nature created us, we will end our own lives — through various means — as our existence as it is becoming more and more intolerable.
We have to become Nature’s only consciously, willingly integrated, at the same time independent observers, partners. We need to achieve this unprecedented evolutionary state by proactively, methodically integrating with each other above and against our inherently selfish, egocentric, subjective, and explorative nature.
Then through the positive human integration, we will reach similarity with Nature’s integral system and by that we start understanding, attaining the Natural system from within.
We will reveal a very different, qualitatively much higher sense of existence by living life, not for ourselves, but for the sake of others and the whole system, changing our own limited, vessels for pleasures to the unlimited vessels we attain through each other.
If we do not move towards this predetermined Human purpose by ourselves, Nature will push us by force.