We want to realise the truth but can’t live with it because knowing the truth is easier than living in it. Speaking about the change that I wish to bring in society, the world and beyond revolves around people. I believe the head is the barrier and the heart is the opening.
People should be free from all sort of boundaries. We are filled with fakeness; the truth one can’t deny. There is a need to empty and fill oneself with the truth, the actuality. All our lives we crave for desires ample in amount, for instance, better technology, 5G network (in the garb to accentuate the realm of the technological world), better machines, aspire and intend to wipe off human intervention, etc.
The list is never-ending. One’s that ponder and count till 12 realise that the only cause for suffering is desire. All we have to do is to maintain an introspective state. It’s the universal truth.
Till when will we pretend, act like human zombies, moving in this industrial world. We’re supposed to realise the reason behind our existence rather than focussing on useless stuff that will be doomed one fine day in the same sand we rose from. Think about it for a moment, after a civilisation wraps, there won’t be any human existence to cherish the advancement in technology.
I strongly and utterly comply with the fact that life without machines would bring about variance in our dimension. It’ll serve as a cascading opportunity to brush their strokes, their plethora of range, stepping deeper into the roots.
I wonder what’ll happen next? Life is crazy and erratic. When our heart is silent, it says something. When the mind is silent, it says nothing. Words are the vehicle of the mind. Silence is the vehicle of the heart.
Remember one thing in life; everything is temporary, don’t get attached to anything, flow in it. Machinery in our lives is used to bring about simplicity. It shouldn’t hover the human field. The world encircling machines is nothing but an empty dark and cold place surrounded with the jitters of technology. It falsifies the roots of our origin.
Let’s frame it in other words. The iota of originality shall trigger upon humankind. Things which are in the category of purpose are mundane. Machines have a purpose to spellbound humanity under its spell. But people has no purpose. A purposed life is enslaved with no mercy. Machines are enslaved. A life without a purpose is bagged to live joyfully, with no dereliction or fear, yet natural.
“Neither red nor blue, we’re stuck in the endless sea of grey.”
Unless the individual starts to come out of his robot-like, mechanical functioning and unawareness and begins to live life with self-love, awareness, consciousness and deep respect for nature, there seems to be no chance that our world can escape from “global suicide”.
Humanity is in deep crisis. Given the threatening global crisis of our planet on the threshold of the third millennium, a question arises: what now? The limits of growth have long been reached; the belief is fundamentally shattered. All outer revolutions have failed.
The time has come for an inner revolution. The mechanisation of all that we are surrounded with has made us aware that we are also nothing but machines. We’ve always been that.
“Buddha preaches that we exist unconsciously, that we live like a robot, that we are not humans yet, but illusions persist. A constructive new man’s psychology is to be devised. The modern world has taken the last illusion for us, it has revealed the truth for us, that we are nothing but a machine, efficient, inefficient, but a machine.
“It had to be so because only when we live with machines can we become of our machine-like existence. We’ve always lived with trees and animals and people. It had always given us the false idea that there is freedom. Freedom exists only when humankind is utterly conscious.”
In a nutshell, I’d say that humanity is being conditioned to function, survive in this efficiency-oriented, competitive world bagged up with the ambitious struggle. Machines have brought about a tremendous split and have alienated humanity from its strokes.
I’ll wrap off by saying our reality lies beyond all theories and categories. These archetypal concepts help us recognise our particular mindsets and move beyond the mind’s limitations and confinements, to go beyond the personality and discover and refine ourselves.
Vision of a rebel to the machines via a civilisation.