What Would Your World Look Like?

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What Would Your World Look Like?

“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.”

Tell us what your world would look like. The bottom line is, we are in a very transformational time in our world. Solutions are needed and they are needed quickly.

10 Facts About Our Society That We Oddly Accept As Normal

1.) We prioritize money and the economy over basics like air, water, food quality, our environment, and our communities.

2.) We utilize an economic trading system that facilitates the death of millions of people each year.

3.) We divide the world’s land into sections and then fight over who owns these sections.

4.) We call some people “soldiers” which makes it OK for them to kill other people.

5.) We torture and kill millions of animals every day needlessly for food, clothing, and experiments.

6.) We send children to school for their entire childhood to memorize facts and skills that they will rarely use. More on education here.

7.) We impose financial pressures on parents, forcing them to miss out on vital stages of their child’s development.

8.) We have thousands of religions, each one believing that their God or god-story is the only true and unique version.

9.) Love and compassion, which promote life, are mocked as facile. Whereas war, which harms life, is seen as honorable.

10.) Anyone with a really useful invention can forcefully prevent others from using or modifying it.

What do we need for ourselves? and What is the way as humankind?
Here is the answer~

5 Tips For Taming Your Ego And Practicing Humility

Recognize that you will die.

When you’re feeling into yourself, when your ego is out of control, remember this: someday, your body will give out, your brain will shut down, and your life will be over. What comes next for our consciousness is a mystery, but for our bodies is not a mystery at all.

Remember: you’re only human.

We’re all humans here. We’re animals. We’re organisms. We eat, shit, and die. There’s nothing too special about who we are. What’s truly special is what we can do for others, not ourselves.

Practice mindfulness.

It’s hard to have a big ego when you’re mindful of each moment in which you live. Take a little time each day, many times a day, to really take stock in what’s going on around you. Revel in the fact that you get to experience this moment at all.

Express gratitude.

Consider all the things for which you are grateful and express it! Say thank you to the people you love for being in your life. When you eat, be grateful for the farmers who worked hard and the animals whose lives were sacrificed. (Vegans need not apply.) Be truly grateful for everything you have.

Embrace your empathy.

There are people who claim they’re empaths, as if it were a special, unique sort of distinction. Here’s the truth: we’re all empaths. It’s actually soft-wired in each of our brains. We can suppress our empathy, but we are all empathic. We are able to experience the plight of others as if it were our own. Don’t be afraid to embrace your empathy.

Via – Higher perspectives, & Collective Evolution

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