True peace above constant war
Question from the Internet:
“If not good manners, what else will bring peace to our world?”
Only the right education and the subsequent “self-change” can bring peace to the world.
We need to learn and recognize — through unique “laboratory conditions” — our true, inherent nature. We need to provoke and recognize the true desires, intentions that drive each and every human being, to see and feel without any doubts that we are all instinctively “warmongering”, we all thrive to survive, succeed at each other’s expense through ruthless, exclusive competition.
It does not matter if we already recognized these qualities, tendencies in us or not. We all have the same engine, the 100% self-serving, self-justifying, exploitative human ego, that can make calculations about receiving pleasures and escaping pain only for the self.
Even when we unite, we make alliances they are only temporary in order to facilitate selfish progress, growth more effectively before we inevitably turn against our “allies” “partners”.
We are not guilty, evil, since we received such qualities, this engine from Nature’s evolution and it is the human ego that propelled the incredible human evolution so far. But it is our own responsibility to recognize that we have gone beyond the threshold the ego was a useful driver and that now, especially since we evolved into a globally integrated and interdependent world, instinctively, blindly following the ego makes us behave like cancer.
Our only free choice, our truly conscious, “Human” part in our development is this conscious recognition and the proactive, methodical attempt, process of self-change, self-upgrade, learning how to harness, control, channel the ego’s awesome power towards positive, constructive, collective goals and purpose, “curing the Human cancer” and turning ourselves into Nature’s most developed, fully aware partners, integrated but independent observers.
True peace — shalom/perfection in Hebrew — is the state when the cancer-like, individualistic, “warmongering” human individuals consciously start co-existing, cooperating like single cells of the same living organism, building and sustaining connection, unity, mutual responsibility above and against instinctive individualism, egoism, ruthlessly competitive instincts without oppressing, erasing anything.