I know you call yourselves the “human race” – but why are you all often racing about? Life isn’t a race you know.
I suppose that if we genuinely wanted to discover our true selves, then all sorts of skeletons would come out of the closet. I suspect that most of us would understandably, be frightened to death of discovering our true identity. It appears much easier to adopt a persona who is likeable and who fits in with what our environments and society wish to make us believe who we are.
But, that’s what pussycats do. We sit at the door, waiting patiently for it to open. We then stick our heads out to see what is happening and then, we return to where we were before. And then we do it all again.
When I asked why humans were always on the go, I meant, why do human beings always have to travel the world so much. After all, they seem to be worried about climate change and the planets resources becoming scarce. No wonder illnesses easily spread and the human world appears to be in chaos at the moment. It’s not all due to their incompetent world leaders.
If I was a human being, I would like to think that even I could make a small difference to our planets chaotic changes.
Our planet and nature does not appear to have a problem with change. The planet balances itself out by adapting to its surroundings. It is we humans who have problems with all this sudden change. Change is always difficult for humans.
Does your evolutionary path somehow, stop you all in the process to adapt to your surroundings? I know some of you are trying, albeit at a very slow pace, but if you wish to live comfortable lifestyles as we cats do, then the modern individual must start to get their act together.
Purrrhaps the path the human beings are on is the correct path Sir Winston. Maybe the path they have taken is supposed to become difficult and hard. There is perhaps something for them all to learn at the end of it all.
I’m sure you’ll all sort it at some point. I still believe in the human race because I am of the opinion that you are an intelligent species.
Time will tell.
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