What do we need to change to solve society’s problems?
Question from the Internet:
“What societal problem would you like to solve?”
The single problem we need to fix is how we relate to each other, and the intentions we use when we connect and deal with each other.
By default, we think about ourselves, we make all calculations for selfish benefit, and since we exist in a fully integrated and interdependent world, we inevitably cause harm to others and the whole system.
While this was not so obvious before, in our modern society, with our maximally grown egos and the level of overconsumption and ruthless competition, we human beings have become like destructive cancer.
This is in order to solve our mounting global problems that threaten our existence and to safeguard our continuing, collective human survival; we will need to learn how to change our attitudes and relations with each other and with the rest of the Natural system.
We need to develop mutual connections and mutually responsible cooperation that resembles Nature’s finely balanced and mutually integrated system.
If we could change and correct this willingly and consciously, coming to act above and against our selfish and egoistic instincts, then everything else would change and turn positive. Only by becoming adapted and similar to Nature’s system can we secure our present and future!