Where did we go wrong as humans?
No need for description, the questions states itself plainly.
You can't say whether you're right or wrong about something until the final results come in. Human beings are an evolving species.
Oftentimes where one person views the world as being in a horrible place another person is having the time of their life.
"Perception is reality".
Many children will look back on this time as being the happiest times of their lives. These are for them "the good ole days".
Right now someone is lying on a white sandy beach in Cancun, Mexico, sipping on a Mango Daiquiri, listening to music on their ipod looking through sunglasses at turquoise water roll in as gentle waves.
My guess is they're thinking; "Life is wonderful!"
Most people who have a negative view of the world tend not to be happy with their own individual lives.
A species of low intelligence has not much ability to affect its environment and itself significantly. It is an agent of its environment.
A species of high enough intelligence will be able to transform its environment, and itself accordingly to operate within its new environment. Its environment is a component of it and it is an agent of its former self.
A species entering into the spectrum of high intelligence from the lower end, acquires the power to affect its environment and itself significantly, but must cross a divide which is likely to cause its extinction or regression.
The divide is that which sits between our present state and the state in which the consciousness of the individual is sufficiently advanced that the self awareness of the individual is indivisibly, such that there is no longer any individual identity.
We did not go wrong as a species. That we are here suggests we went extraordinarily right. Whether or not that streak of success or good fortune has ended remains to be seen.
Or maybe I'm just talking crap and we went wrong when we started shaving pubic hair. I don't really know.
I would say our first mistake was killing off the Neanderthals.
I don't know, Bro. if we were all right, then there would be no Game. This is an ever-unfolding process, an ever-transcending Play. The very nature of diversity and polarity, as well as Cosmic laws, are part and parcel of the Game. In perfection movement ceases, perhaps.
We are meant to go through this plan, this blueprint, to play and enjoy the Game. Some seem to do this better than others. Hari Om!
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