Understanding the existence is perhaps the deepest and the most common trait humans possess. Various thinkers and scientists came up with different theories and explanations over the last who-knows-how-many centuries, or years. But even though it’s not everybody who comes up with an explanation, everybody contemplates on that idea. Why do we exist?
That’s probably the hardest question. Yet we humans are the ones who are asking it… the hardest question.
Now, in terms of intelligence and strength, we humans are dumb and weak, all of us, the ones who left the earth and the coming. Sure there will be breakthroughs and all that, but we didn’t know a lot of fundamental things just 50 years ago (just look at the kinds of operations that were done at those times), and that’s nothing if we are looking at the grand scale. Are we going to be wiped out the moment we figure out the full answer? We don’t know. And we don’t know if we will know in the future.
And what does that leave us with? We learn from the people who have lived before us, and we build on their experiences. Which means our, the people who are on earth right now, experiences will be of importance for humans of the future. And if that’s the case, we should be aware that we are not going to be with all the answers, which translates into the significant changes not occurring before our eyes as we wish. And that’s the point: we should not choose malice over benevolence because there’s no point, we should choose benevolence because there’s no point in making our fellow humans worse. And that’s like not wishing ill on yourself. Because we go through the same thing, generally speaking.