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5. Modern Society (5.7-5.7.3)

5.7    Humanity

- "What we may be witnessing in not just the end of the Cold War, or the passing of a particular period of post-war history, but the end of history as such: that is, the end point of mankind's ideological evolution and the universalization of Western liberal democracy as the final form of human government”, from "The End of History?" by Francis Fukuyama, 1989. Francis Fukuyama is an influential American political economist, author and also a profound man who possesses increased understanding in the basic needs of mankind. Were Karl Marx did his general mistake and connected materialism to the source of mankind’s most basic needs, Fukuyama increases this to the ideologies them selves. The core summery of Fukuyamas thesis is that ideologies of the world are evolved into one general ideology, which will put man kind in the position were all will agree with each others and there is nothing more of higher value to fight and argue for. As ideologies cease to exist, mankind will eventually end history. However, even if Fukuyama is one step closer to reality than Marx was a century ago, I must flush him down in the same toilet as I did with Marx. They are both wrong and most likely because both their thesis are based on to much digging into historical and political events without interacting with the broad masses.

I guess Marx would have rethought his thesis if he would live to see the effects it created. In the case Fukuyama who serves in the Bush administration as a member of the President's Council on Bioethics, I can just point out that a bad thesis is worse than no thesis at all, referring to the afterworld of Marx. My own thesis is that humanity would not head towards the end of history until “the Light” is put out on the same basis as Marx’s thesis about materialism and Fukuyama’s about ideology. But to understand this, one also must understand the entity of the Light, which is presented later in this dossier.

Happiness5.7.1    Happiness

 During my own research and investigations about humanity I found out that Happiness is the greatest unique element that solves problems and unite individuals. Happiness can be achieved in many ways, but is easily suppressed. I found out that the three most vital fundaments of Happiness are personal safety, evolution and affinity.

  • Personal safety is aligned with freedom of thought and expression.
  • Personal evolution is aligned with faith and hope
  • Personal affinity is aligned with being part of life.

I would address the last one as our world’s greatest problem of today. Our complex society makes people generally feeling lonely on the inside. However most individuals subconsciously suppress this and assume the problem is located on the other two fundaments. How can I say this? Well, just think of moments when you are happy together with others and feel the great force of affinity. This force feed energy into the other two fundaments. But it’s not the vice versa. Even if you are safe and your evolution is great, your loneliness may suppress your happiness. Happiness is the most vital key to unlock the world’s problems! Happy individuals spread happiness around them. Being near other happy individuals is a perfect way to restore happiness if lost. A happy person of course can be religious. Happiness is not about what he/she tells, do or believe. It’s about his/hers view of life and how he/she interact in life. Happiness does not shield out others, the society, the enemy, none. Music and sports are two examples were happiness is fundamental. Both are able to break barriers which otherwise would be impossible. Having the people of Israel and Palestine singing songs or doing sports together would probably help out their internal problems.

5.7.2    Faith

What happens if/when you begin to loose the basic fundaments of happiness? Subconsciously you begin to loose faith in life itself. Even if you do not identify that it’s the faith in life that is decreasing, you will try to sort out what’s wrong and possibly initiate a cause and effect evaluation, aiming to find some cause to blame. As you do not find the relation to happiness itself, you will blame other things, which instead most likely only will speed up the negative process that has been initiated. If you do not break this negative spin, which is a slow process, you later will find out that the main cause is the decreased faith in life and your reaction most likely will be to try to restore it. But there are no short cuts to restore faith in life. In this stage, you are very open for arguments used by those who use faith as a tool in their beliefs. Faith is very important, but you will commit your biggest mistake if you believe that faith is related belief. Religious and extremist individuals will try to convince you that faith is related to beliefs, just because it’s the essence of their life. To have faith in their beliefs is for them fundamental. Even if there is a God, you should not convince yourself that faith in belief is the correct path. Life is you and you have beliefs, not the vise versa. So the correct path to restore happiness is the increase faith in yourself, no matter what your beliefs are.

5.7.3    Morale & Ethics

Within these two words we can find the root to the world’s biggest problem. Not the key to solve it, only the root cause for it. As I mentioned above, I address affinity, the lack of it, as the greatest existing problem today. Morale and Ethics are important, but far less important today than they were in history and they also differ a lot between cultures. Some cultures still act as if they existed in medieval history in terms of moral and ethics. Back in history moral and ethics were tools to keep order and control. Still today, one can identify places were there are a low level of order and control as a place were also moral and ethics are of increased matter. If you did understand my words about faith above, you will also understand that extreme and religious groups root themselves easier in these places. However, when a society gets under control and things begin to work well, moral and ethics should be a part of society, not taken as hostage by extremists or religious leaders, which I believe is what happens. Interesting is that the pope and his Vatican speak of themselves as the moral and ethic power of the world. I don’t and you shouldn’t believe a word of it! He/they have made a choice not to live a normal life and thereby disqualify themselves as judges of such. In today’s open and free global society, morale and ethics are built in to the society structure. If you do not possess a certain level of moral and ethics, which can differ in the world, you do not fit in and the result is loneliness. This understanding may seem sad. Do we all have to be alike, to be happy? Certainly not! To understand the complexity of this, one has to understand that there is impossible to measure exact how happy someone is. This is not a black and white thing. But you can relate the fact that the lesser you fit in, the more you risk loosing happiness. Thinking abstract on this, one get the results like these:

  • Living with lots of truly happy individuals and one of them isn’t happy, he/she most likely has identified him-/herself as not fitting in with the other individuals.
  • Trying to fit in with happy individuals most likely will increase your happiness just by trying.
  • Places were moral and ethics differs among the individuals, it’s hard to get happy.
  • It’s hard to get truly happy if there is an atmosphere of moral and ethic ruler ship.
  • Beeing truely happy make you fit in anywere.

The last one should create thoughts in your mind. Think of it and you will realize that it is true. So even here you understand that the key is happiness. Using moral and ethic as tools to create order and control is history. Today moral and ethic is about takeing part, sharing and living in the global society. Once you understand this, you should divide religion from moral and ethics. It’s OK to be religious and living in the global society. But if you put your own moral and ethic values higher because of religion and not because of the life you live in the society, then you are not apart of society. You have created your own shield in between – just as the pope and the Vatican. Once you understand that moral and ethic works the same way as happiness. There are no limits. There are no ways to measure moral. Then you also understand that no one can use moral and ethics in a modern society to create order and control. This should be handled thru society structure, which itself has its fundaments in moral and ethic. Get the point?


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