What is the greatest challenge of the next generation?
Question from the Internet:
“What are some challenges you think the next generation will face and fall victim to that the present generation overcame?”
I think it will be the opposite. The next generation — hopefully — can overcome the challenge our generation and previous generations failed in.
Our collective human survival depends on the next generation learning how to unite, how to build positive, sustainable, mutually responsible, and mutually complementing integration, cooperation above all the diversity, above all the differences, despite the constant and growing mutual distrust and animosity between individuals and nations.
If we cannot learn and implement how Nature organizes the mutual integration, cooperation of its vastly diverse, seemingly incompatible elements in order to create and sustain life — like in our biological body for example — then humanity will disappear from Natural evolution.
In Natural evolution only the fittest survives — the fittest to mutually integrate and become a selflessly, mutually contributing part of the system. Human beings are unique as we received the chance to achieve this compatibility with Nature, with evolution consciously, by our own efforts, by that becoming the whole system’s only conscious, integrated but independent observers and partners.