Who is a “role model” in society?
Question from the Internet:
“What qualities should a good role model possess?”
At the moment, a role model, or “influencer,” is the one that grows out of our society according to the values, goals, and aspirations we covet.
So we consider a role model one who is wealthy, who succeeds at the expense of others, who proves what we can achieve with our inherently selfish, egocentric, individualistic, and exploitative nature, and whoever is serving the global “circus and bread” entertainment that can prevent people from thinking about life and being “humans” or prevent people from thinking whatsoever.
Just see who is rewarded in our society, who are the people who earn the most and are respected the most. Where are those who actually work for others, doing heavy and difficult work for other people day to day? We do not see them; we do not hear from them; we look down on them, they are not fashionable, and they are not influencers.
Ask teenage children what they want to be and what they aspire for.
We live in a completely distorted, self-destructive, deformed society that has lost any humane values or foundations and is heading toward extinction.
We do not know what a “truly Human” life is or should be, so we do not know how to become “Human” role models for each other.
“Being Human” means becoming similar to Nature’s qualities of unconditional love and service of others in order to facilitate balance and homeostasis life depends on. “Being Human” means recognizing in ourselves our inherently hateful, selfish, and exploitative qualities and purposefully and willingly changing and improving them.
When we have learned what it means to be a “Human being” and what our actual purpose in life is and start showing a positive example, we will have role models.
They will be people who already know of themselves how selfish, egocentric, self-serving and self-justifying are by default, and still managed — with mutual help and annulment towards others — to become the most selfless, altruistic, loving, and serving people of all — in a constant internal war with their egos — so their “Human” self could stay on top and continue serving others. This way, they will be able to show a positive example so others can follow their Human development above and against their inherent nature.