Question from the Internet:
“Is the end of private property the culmination of a society evolving from a more capitalist nature to a more socialistic nature?”
What you describe — accepting the loss of private property, agreeing to exist in a fully integrated, “Nature-like”, mutually responsible, mutually complementing society where each makes calculations for the sake of others above and against the inherently subjective, egocentric calculations — is not the result of linear evolution.
Instead, such a radical change requires a true revolution.
And I do not mean a violent, external revolution that we observed through human history, for example when Communism became an interesting, but tragic experiment in Russia and beyond.
We are talking about a true, inner revolution with the person, within each of us, which results in overcoming our inherently selfish, egocentric, subjective, and exploitative nature with its insatiable desire for more, accumulating everything possible for selfish use.
Only when people go through such an unprecedented, conscious, methodical inner revolution can we externally build a society, where we all mutually worry and work only for the sake of the whole collective, sharing, mutually distributing everything in a totally selfless, altruistic way — like cells, elements, and all parts in Nature in order to create and sustain life.
This unique inner revolution can be achieved — without any coercion, without misleading propaganda — only through the right, purposeful, and highly educational method, where people can understand, moreover they can actually feel that the new way of life is beneficial for them even personally not only collectively.