We still have time to prepare…
Question from the Internet:
“What would you do if you knew that the world was going to end in 7 days?”
That one week would still give us a slim chance to try to at least delay or prevent a collapse.
In truth, a collapse is inevitable, just like in Isaac Asimov’s Foundation’s book where the collapse of the Galactic Empire was inevitable, our own, narcissistic, hedonistic, aimless, and purposeless society also does not have a right to continue to exist — according to the laws of Nature.
We are completely incompatible with Nature’s strict laws that sustain the general balance and homeostasis life and optimal development depend on. Our human system built on the single-minded, self-serving, self-justifying, subjective ego has been collapsing for decades, but we have been keeping it on artificial life support until the pandemic pulled the plug.
So we can’t prevent the collapse, but — similarly to Asimov’s story — we can dampen, mitigate and shorten the fall and the predictably volatile, explosive, and destructive transitional period. We can in advance start building the new cells, building blocks a better, higher, healthier, and sustainable global humanity can be built upon.
Actually such cells, building blocks are being built, organized, educated as we speak. The “foundations” of a new humanity have been developing, brewing for decades using a unique, empirical, natural science and its practical method for changing, transforming our inherent human nature.
The moment these small environments reach the necessary “critical mass”, a unique minority that is sensitive, willing, and properly educated for the necessary self-changes and leadership, the positive movement towards a better future will start. In truth, this is not going to happen within a week, but in reality, the seemingly inevitable global meltdown — that could start from many different causes in multiple different locations is still a bit further away, although it is not far.