Question from the Internet:
“Have your life lessons made you wiser, bitter or pessimistic in general?”
The true life lessons I have been learning through a unique educational method for more than 15 years have made me wiser and very optimistic about the future.
It has been teaching me — and many others — that there is an actual, overall, truly Human purpose for our lives, which is building an unprecedented, mutually integrated Human collective, a unique network that can give us a collective consciousness and perception of reality, through which we can access a completely different a qualitatively much higher sense of collective existence.
This is not something airy some people invented, but this is our actual evolutionary purpose as determined by Nature’s laws and singular developmental program. This is why even in our physical lives humanity has been forced into a globally integrated and interdependent existence which most people started to feel although we still try to escape or ignore it.
But since Nature’s complete system is also a single, mutually integrated and interdependent network and since human beings are also integral parts of that system, we simply have no other choice. We have to become integrated with each other like Nature so we take on the similarity with the lawful and deterministic system around us.
But we do not have to go through this inevitable transition like some punishment, against our will. We can actually learn, accept and enjoy how much this transition from egocentric, subjective and individualistic beings to a selfless, mutually complementing collective existence gives us opportunities and rewards we could not even dream about as individual and isolated, ruthlessly competing beings.
It is through these opportunities and rewards that the educational method can show and teach us and actually make us viscerally, realistically feel, so we actually go through the transition willingly and as a result of positive motivation instead of dragging ourselves to our next evolutionary stage against our will because we suffer blows if we resist.