Tomorrow can’t be different from today !
I am yet to read the book. Israeli author Professor Yuval Noah Harari makes an interesting observation in his book ‘Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow’. He says, “Knowledge that does not change behaviour is useless. But knowledge that changes behaviour quickly loses its relevance. The more data we have and the better we understand history, the faster history alters its course, and the faster our knowledge becomes outdated.” And that is something worth thinking about.” — Picked from From Vivek Kaul’s Diary in Equitymaster dot com
However, what is said above may be obvious in the presently unnatural or disturbed consciousness. It is constantly trying to bring stability in its own produce or creations in the external intellectual arena, without ever trying to know or regain its own internal lost stability. Perhaps the human problem may be even more clearly understood by the statement of Albert Einstein; “A problem cannot be solved from the same level of consciousness as created it.”
Knowledge is just coded prints like the recorded data on our servers or computers. One can’t ignore the Consciousness, which is the producer, user, editor, analyzer and consumer of that Knowledge. Ironically, the all powerful Consciousness is ignoring or overlooking about its own role, while giving primacy to its applications. Tomorrow can’t be different from today, as long as the same injured Consciousness is producing both. (for details pl see naturalmind.org)