Man—The Highest Level Of Nature

709Question: Why is man the crown of nature? Perhaps there are more highly developed beings in nature and our life depends on them?

Answer: We see from our system of knowledge and sensations that man is the highest being.

Although, of course, we can hardly be called the crown of nature because our egoism destroys everything. But within the system of inanimate, vegetative, animate, and human nature, man is the peak of creation, harmful and very flawed, but the peak nonetheless. If he corrects himself, and he can change himself, then he will truly be the pinnacle in every sense.

We humans are the ultimate goal of creation, not in our present form, but in the one that we can and must achieve.

This form of existence will be achieved when we overcome our egoistic nature that we were born with and have developed in. Therefore, we must come to its realization as evil, the opposite of the general system, the common integral desire.

When we correct our egoistic desire to an altruistic one, our distance and separation to connection and closeness, we will truly become the highest level of nature.
From KabTV’s “The Post-Coronavirus Era,” 4/30/20

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