I do not know anyone who does not believe that something is very wrong, they disagree on what it is, and what the cause is, but in their guts, where our human instinct still lives, they feel the wrongness acutely.
Change, in our current cultural environment, has shown us that change is not often a good thing, we tend to fear it, actually we tend to fear everything, because we are not thriving, we are barely surviving, and it is only going to get worse.
Change happens whether we are engaged in the process or not, the problem is that our culture has programmed us to believe we are alone and must stand alone. This is not how humans are wired, we are driven to be in community, yet the virtual offerings of community we have , based on cultural designations, do not meet the needs of our humanity, leaving us even more alone.
Yes, I am saying that our culture is at odds with our humanity. How is this possible? Culture, while required by humans to live together, is a construct that is programmed over time. Since we are programmed to believe we are alone and have no real human connection to community/tribe, we are not actively engaged in the process of programming culture. Like everything else, culture is programmed by the few who have the most to gain from our disconnection.
Is it any surprise then that the fear that is used to keep us at odds, also prevents us from recognizing the issue and dealing with it by embracing our humanity and having human community?
I wish there was a pill we could take like in the Matrix, there isn't. There is a framework for change and a process that can help us get to the point where reprogramming is possible, but you need to engage. Can you get past your fear and understanding of our lives to do that?
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