What is the definition of “being Human”?
Question from the Internet:
“What are the qualities of humans?”
According to unique, empirical, natural scientists — who have been studying Nature’s finely balanced, integrated system and human nature in contrast to Nature for millennia — teach the “being Human” (Adam in Hebrew from the expression similar) means becoming similar to Nature’s fully, selflessly integrated qualities above and against our inherently selfish, egoistic, individualistic qualities.
This unparalleled duality — after we consciously acquired Nature’s altruistic, mutually integrated qualities on top of, in contrast to our inherent, “humanoid” selfish, egoistic nature — makes us able to fulfill our predetermined, very high role, purpose in Nature: to become the system’s only conscious, fully, proactively integrated and at the same time objective, independent observers and partners.