Being caught between a rock and a hard place makes us reflect every day about the following day, and we are all dealing with this now.
We must start bridging the gap between our natural egoistic urges, and nature’s demand that is working to unite us to one so that we don’t find ourselves at the heart of an even greater crisis.
We must take preemptive measures now, and begin a new education for an integrated, connected, and cohesive society, which encourages contribution to society.
Mutual connection above our egoistic conflicts and differences is no longer a luxury, but a necessity, and must become the highest value in society.
Connecting around one point — our common humanity — above partisanship and tribalism, because without it we crumble and become lost. And we will make this change in a systematic and gradual manner.
As an integral part of nature, we have the right to determine nature’s attitude and next move toward us.