Monotony in cultures
All had an end whether bitter or soothing, whether deliberate or inadvertent but they had a lesson to pass to their posterior generations
Post by on Tuesday, October 12, 2021
The mundane world, of course, we beheld had a tangible illusion to offer in eventuality, it is no dry and naive philosophy. Then, why so many men at last submit to the eternal indictment, then how the lofty and colossal palaces ran to the ground and gone, then how great civilizations of antiquity were expunged from the scene once and for all and then how great states disintegrated into mushroom of petty ideologies.
All had an end whether bitter or soothing, whether deliberate or inadvertent but they had a lesson to pass to their posterior generations, the lesson that nature had always taught to living organisms-but man the apex thinking being is reluctant to learn, that everything had to go at last and the notion that everything is eternal and persistent is all but a figment of ignorance, that's the lesson of life.
It is well said and accepted idea that amidst of crises there is likely chances of radical change in prevailing system, and also the crises didn't buy much time, it will happen in wee hours. Our whole humanity is under severe crisis. If we try to make list of them it's unending but for simplicity and importance spiritual crises are most grave one. The spiritual bankruptcy of humanity had sparked a great divide in world.
Now the paradox of uneven intensity of spiritual and moral crises among various nations and cultures is actually subservient to the attitude of masses. Westerners see themselves at the summit of accomplishments and they designate their every cultural rashism a feat, on the receiving end Orientals accept it hallmark of development and affluence.
The future is going to bred monotony in cultures, whosoever follow the path will wander later on in wilderness and rapprochement and their fore-chargers are destined to extermination. At this juncture stakes are great but the situation is beckoning a holistic, personal and true to heart approach to mitigate the wrath.
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