We embrace or resist globalization because we still don’t understand what it is
Question from the Internet:
“Why do we embrace globalization or resist it?”
Because we do not understand globalization, we only see what we do with it.
“Globalization” — existence in a globally integrated and fully interdependent world — is an evolutionary, survival necessity.
Without humanity achieving a full, global integration, all existing, behaving like the fully integrated cells of a single biological body, we will not survive in nature’s fully integrated system where the strict natural laws constantly adjust, sustain a fragile balance and homeostasis life depends on.
At this stage we all use the inevitable global interconnections for our own selfish sake, exploiting the global system as much as possible, as we have been behaving all through human history.
So those who selfishly benefit from this support “globalization”, why those who are exploited by it resist it.
But we do not need to do either. Instead, we need to learn what natural globalization is, how our inherently selfish, egoistic, exploitative nature behaves and uses the system, and then we can gradually learn how to adapt ourselves to nature’s global, integral system by changing upgrading ourselves above and against our instinctive program.