What will become of us in the future?
Question from the Internet:
“What do you think will be of us in the nearest future?”
What will become of us in the nearest and farthest future is already predetermined by Nature’s evolution.
Whether we want it or not, whether we become aware or not, we will have to become a single, mutually responsible, and mutually complementing living Human organism, where each of us will be healthy, selflessly contributing and serving cells.
This is determined and governed by Nature’s strict and unchanging laws that sustain the general balance and homeostasis that life and optimal development depends on. It does not matter what we think, what we philosophize, or what we want. These laws and evolution’s relentless and deterministic drive will take us to that state which is predetermined for us.
How we will get there is our choice.
We can continue our blind and instinctive development and existence within our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric, and subjective consciousness and perception. Then it will be increasing crises, wars, socioeconomic collapse, and unlivable environmental conditions will pull us “out of ourselves” and make us become those healthy cells between us and inside Nature.
On the other hand, we can willingly and consciously study Nature’s laws and evolution’s plan. We can understand and accept the predetermined state we have to achieve, and we can purposefully and proactively prepare and adapt ourselves to it.
When we have already achieved our obligatory state, we will fully understand and totally justify that perfect state with its collective consciousness and “quantum” perception of reality, which will give us a qualitatively much higher state of existence that is beyond the limitations of time, space, physical life or death.
And if we achieve that very high and perfect state by our own efforts, we will also feel that we merited it we acquired it.