“Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” Confucius
It is surprising the depths ‘things’ have been explored. When we delve deeper into our understanding of the cosmos, we find that many have spent much of their lives trying to find new ways to define what they are experiencing and expressing. And often, someone much more creative and in tune has found a way to describe our thoughts much more succinctly and accurately than what we ever could.
It’s actually discouraging – because our thoughts and perspectives become borrowed rather than authentic – because we’ve discovered a more accurate description to our perspective than what we ourselves can come up with.
But then, it’s about sharing that knowledge with others, by putting into their hearts and minds the same notions – that they aren’t alone. It has already been considered, meditated upon and defined in such a way that it couldn’t be more clear.
The Global Crisis is the product of a collective Existential Void. The void is the absence of Human Purpose.
We simply live to define our reality in terms that are ever more complicated than what they need to be – and those complicated descriptions paralyze us into inaction.
We see in the world the Tragedy of Human Suffering – hunger, homelessness, poverty, disease, and human atrocities. Then we are told that we are contributing to this Global Crisis through our direct beliefs and actions – Man Made Global Warming, the Ozone Layer Depletion, Air Pollution, Water Pollution, Soil Pollution… It is our desire for human advancement and the need for Purpose that is driving the Crisis and we are the principle engine behind this collective failure.
In short, we are made to believe that we are all to blame.
And for that, we are all feeling guilty for it.