*******why the need to kick and fight. The earth has been reinventing itself and life long before the evolution of humans; we are simply one in a trillion manifestations of “the collective of matter and energy.” Resistance is futile, hence, it is not man who is immortal it is his “particles” that are immortal. Freedom/Peace rests in the acceptance of this truth. *******
I see your point. But we must understand that life has a tendency to ATTEMPT to defy death. Although death is inevitable in the present lifeform, the resistance to death defines life.
There is a reason we have a survival instinct and that instinct gives us tools to help us withstand calamities. One of those tools is a brain which allows us to act and react and reason.
There is absolutely no reason whatsoever why ones should just bow down to what seems like inevitable perish.
"Kicking and screaming" is a NATURAL defense mechanism. That is how species evolve.
The reason why there is such a high occurrence of pigmented human death is because they are trying not to lose more ground in population discrepancy. The truth is that it is time for humans to re-transition towards a so-called "savage" lifestyle which means nothing more than being in tune with raw nature. Let us recall that "civilization" itself has been defined by how separate and detached we are from nature...now our "advancement" will depend on our ability to return to that state.
The only thing humans have proven can be done with a high advancement of civilization is the ability to destroy in greater numbers...and with more efficiency. But resistance to that type of thinking becomes difficult seeing how we are so indoctrinated by the alleged righteousness and "progress" of our current society.
Elimination of white/semitic/male supremacy is the ONLY salve-ation for ALL humans. Kicking and screaming should be done against IT which puts us on the side of Ma'at/Nature.
'Survival of the fittest' is an accurate premise...but the fittest are those aligned with Ma'at/Nature.
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