There is a single root cause for Humanity’s problems — and there is only a single solution
Question from the Internet:
“Is modern civilization approaching multiple breaking points? What are the main threats?”
We are approaching a single breaking point with a single solution.
While on the surface it seems that we can self-destruct as a result of multiple, seemingly disconnected causes in seemingly disconnected, multiple locations, the root cause of all these flashpoints, symptoms is singular.
The single root cause leading to all the different possible breaking points is our inherent inability to build positive, constructive, sustainable connections and mutually responsible and mutually complementing cooperation with each other.
We are incapable of this as we are all born with a 100% egocentric, subjective nature and we can make calculations only for our own sake at any given conditions and in any circumstances. Moreover, since we evolved into a fully, mutually integrated and totally interdependent world, knowingly or unknowingly we all succeed and survive at each other’s expense as a result of the excessive, selfish accumulation of resources and the constant ruthless, exclusive competition we live by.
Thus it does not matter if it will be a nuclear world war, socioeconomic collapse, or global natural disasters — we cannot even comprehend, let alone solve due to our inability to connect and cooperate — that will finish us off.
Thus the only solution to the single root cause is learning how to behave, decide and act above and against our instincts and inherent tendencies, building the crucially necessary, Nature-like mutual integration.
The picture and the solution is simple, implementing it is very difficult as we need to go above and against who we are, what we instinctively want to do. This is why we need the unique method and mutual support, together with the ability to harness, use Nature’s forces that lawfully govern the mutual integration and general homeostasis in Nature that creates and sustains life above diversity.