226 – The New Paradigm (Part III) Humanity’s Destiny …

We came to transmit the shimmering

from which we came; to name it

we deal with a permanent voyage,

the becoming of that which itself had

become *

I believe the destiny of Humanity is to unravel the connection – the undeniable link – that exists between us and the Cosmos, and the Cosmos and us. A connection that induces our relationship with an Intelligence (a deity?) developing on an unwavering course towards ever more advanced spheres of complexity.

Throughout our history, the unraveling of our relationship with the Cosmos has been the quest of great thinkers, philosophers, poets, sages, and wise men and women of all venues of life. But the forces of myth, dogma, indoctrination, imagery, special interests, by imposing the image of man on our deities with some of our worst inclinations – ire, vengeance, bigotry, aggression, control, cruelty, genocidal punishment without regards for innocent life – make it very difficult to even imagine what a link with the Cosmos might be.

But aside the misleading imposition of the worst of man on a deity, there is certain truth in the ancient concept that we are created in the image of the Creator = the Cosmos from which we are created and without which we would not exist – because the concept does offer undeniable corroboration of some of our true likeness to the Creator:   We are not only made out of its atoms, its energy, its urge to adapt and survive, but are also infused with its mandate to follow a path of development it itself follows:   Like the Cosmos, upon Becoming, we self-generate, self-organize, bond, self-regulate, adapt, self-perpetuate, transform. This path of development is the common foundation linking all of Existence with the urge to evolve towards Complexity and Order.

I believe that Humanity’s destiny is to evolve into a paradigm based on the premise that in our connection with the Cosmos and the Cosmos with us, we are One.

*Lines from “Surge” by Etel Adnan

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