The blinded eye of the mind

We humans have always seemed to have sort of ineptitude of not being able to notice the great diversity of life on our planet. However, any feeling of emptiness is merely an illusion to a blind mind. Through the course of human evolution, our minds and our vast intellect  were the most essential tools for the survival of our species.

But if you were to condense Earth’s entire existence into 24hrs, then we would have only been on this planet for a mere… 3 seconds !

Our minds have enabled us to think deeply about our purpose in life and to do incredible things. But we have become so blinded by the power we have that we have not looked  at what insidious and irrevocable damage we have caused to the balance nature.

Do you know what is the most dangerous flaw our human minds have kept for the last 200,000 of our existence?…

Not knowing where to look or whom to blame for our mistakes. We have just become so ignorant, so blinded, and so utterly self-centered about only our well-being that we have not noticed issues like increasing famine cases around Nigeria and  Somalia, or the rapid occurrences of some of the largest storms ever seen.  So pernicious we have become to ourselves. How have we not noticed this catastrophic conundrum at all ?

Sure we have accomplished some of the most incredible feats of innovation in the natural world but we have not at all been wise enough to contemplate on the consequences our triumph cost. It’s good to be smart but not too smart for you own good.

 

We have been under the highly foolish illusion that what our minds and ideas have enabled us to do  would not exponentially changing many highly essential factors for the greater good of our species and all life on Earth.

We have believed for so long that supposedly “small” problems that don’t fall into our best interests at heart should not be  look at seriously for even the smallest or seemingly “simple” could bring the down fall of us all.

Do you want what is the deadliest disease ever?

Tuberculosis?

Measles?

Ebola ?

AIDs?  *It’s a single, influential idea which makes us blind to what heinous and atrocious things happen by every passing day.

Is it highly ethical of us as a species to fall into the hands of such a vicious free-thinking paralytic? Would it help to just think that with a flick of a finger all of the problems that this crisis that we have fallen into would be solved ?

 

An idea can be very deadly by it self  but there is a much more vicious motivator for simply ignoring the worsening problems we have caused.

We are silenced by payment of money. A bribery which many us might  lightly take. Our minds can be easily persuaded into doing any thing  by the motivation of payment or wealth.  If we are given everything we could possibly need it’s still not enough to content us.

Our greedy and cunning simply want more of this pleasurable wealth. Some people may see a hundred pound not in there hands from there work.  I think we have just become slaves to a printed peace of paper.

Such as a humming bird and the nectar which

 

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