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What has brought about the cynical nature that has created a love of Dystopian literature and movies currently?

Yesterday = the world in general long, long ago.Today = in civilised countries.Yesterday, if you went out into the wilderness alone, there was a certain likelihood you might be ambushed by one of your natural predators, killed, and eaten. Today, those creatures are extinct, or have descendants who would not even dare come within earshot of you.Yesterday, if you went out into the wilderness, you might be imprisoned, enslaved, raped, killed or all at once by someone who claimed to own part of the wilderness, and had thugs at their command to enforce that claim. Today, there is such a thing as publicly owned land, where anyone may roam, no-one may use exclusively, and which the communitiy, as in everyone, is responsible for maintaining.Yesterday, if you could not provide for yourself, get food and shelter, you would:starve and freeze to death.Be imprisoned, raped, enslaved, killed, or all at once and sent to war for good measure.Today, you may live on the street. You may depend on the kindness of strangers. You may be attacked and scorned. You may be hated by all. But you will find food sometimes. Sometimes you will be given new (relatively) clothes. Sometimes you may be given a chance to learn skills with which to employ yourself and earn a living. You will not be sent to war without your consent. You will not be imprisoned for no reason. You won’t be forced to work against your will.Yesterday, depending on arbitrary characteristics of your appearance, and of your behaviour-altering bodily chemistry, you could be excluded, imprisoned, raped, robbed, enslaved, killed etc. Today your arbitrary characteristics are protected under the law. You may not be denied service on their basis, and already unlawful attacks against you, if judged to have been motivated by bigotry, will be punished more severely than otherwise.Yesterday, if you bore within you a child you could not raise, regardless of how you came to bear it, it would be allowed to be birthed and ruin you, your life, your family, your prospects. It would be allowed to irrevocably change the course of your existence. Any attempt to destroy the child before it matured would have you imprisoned, raped, killed, etc. Today, within limits, you are entitled to have the child safely destroyed before it matures and before it is born. You do not have to provide justification and you do not need to obtain permission from anyone other than yourself.Yesterday, you could not read, you could not write, you were artistically, musically, historically, geographically, politically and geo-politically illiterate. You could see your own good fortune or misery, that of your family and friends, what wasn’t hidden from you of the situation in the land of those who ruled you, and no further. Today, you can see all of that, but also everything that goes on around the whole surface of this tiny eggshell we precariously ride upon, what goes on on our Moon, on Mars, on Venus, the rest of our neighbouring planets, and you can make a guess as to what will have been happening on various other worlds in the galaxy some thousands of years ago by looking at the light we receive from them. All of this information you can find, whether or not you know what you want to find, by spending time browsing the “Internet”.And it is much much easier to be aware of the toiling and suffering of other humans stuck on this rock than to be aware of how much less they are toiling and suffering compared to a few centuries ago.And our schools, in many civilised countries, are absolute excrement, so that it is trivially easy to still be artistically, musically, geographically, politically and geo-politically, and most importantly historically illiterate. To have but a vague sense of the progress that has occurred in the last few thousand years.Also, the generation of people who are consuming the most movies and literature at the moment, are those who grew up with all this worldly angst exposed to them, and who are at the tail end of our education system’s long-coming crash and burn to the floor. And a lot of them are petulant teenagers and 20-somethings. We have droves of people on our hands here, who have been failed by all attempts to prepare them to be competent and able to get by, and understandably feel bitter because of that. And on top of that, who can see that other people have it really, really bad, compared to themselves. And who because they are ignorant, let the lingering, slowly lessening toiling and suffering of other less fortunate societies cloud their own judgement as to the quality of their own. Given all of these circumstances, it is not surprising that there is such a demand for dystopian literature and stuff.We’ve never had it so good, so we have time to see all that is still bad, and it gets to our heads. It bugs us.Of course, it doesn’t help that there are a bunch of weird phenomena linked to human activity which areirrevocably changing the climate of the planet in various unpredictable and potentially disastrous ways, and that there remain elites of complete incompetent scientific dinosaurs in positions of power and influence who have no understanding and a vested interest in continued ignorance. We should be on the verge of a really, really good world to live in for most people worldwide, but we still have some old twats hanging around with the power to fuck it up.

Why are your ancient ancestors and the history of your roots important to you?

Should royalty, nobles and aristocrats be the only category of people to show an interest in their ancestry, and have records of their ancestry going far back into the past?Just like those whose royal, or noble, ancestry is known going back far in time, in some cases, to even before the Norman Conquest of England, in relation to United Kingdom’s genealogical history, I suggest that most ordinary folk would like to know their roots, and understand the fabric of their very own ancestry.Humans are generally curious about their origins, and such knowledge likely provides us with some comprehension about what shapes them into the people they are today.Also such knowledge can be helpful to understand their health, and genetic inheritance, and much else.Indeed in Ancient Roman ancestor worship was integral to a sense of an individual’s, and family’s, identity as the article in the link and copied to read which follows later in my answer conveys.The snake image is not too different from the image of our DNA double helix sequence shown below coiled together in the following image courtesy of the following link:http://ttps:// Roman mythology a Genius loci was the protective spirit of a place.It was often depicted as a snake - what did the Romans know which medical science and investigation in our most recent hundred years is now uncovering?Image of an ancient altar with a snake image coiled upon it courtesy of the following link:http://ttp:// now Turkey was part of the Roman Empire and mention of an Roman Emperor is engraved upon the stone of the surviving altar shown above.Indeed this image of the ancient Greeks serpent column is visually reminiscent of the double helix image recently discovered in present investigation of the human genome. Image courtesy of the following link:.Serpent Column - WikipediaRoman Domestic Cult“While Romans had always had major State festivals to gods like Jupiter and Mars, nearer and dearer to most Roman families were a simple household based religion based around local and familial spirits. These local and familial demons were the mainstay of Roman religion throughout all stages of its history, from archaic origins to the Christian era. The worship of these spirits is what truly defines Roman religion, and what really separates it from the sister religion of Greek paganism.Within the privacy of their homes each Roman family honored its ancestors and tutelary demons according to its own understandings. The venerable paterfamilias was very much the high priest of his own household religion; he honored his fathers and the gods of his fathers, and it was expected that his sons would honor his spirit and his gods when the time came. The paterfamilias held the power of life and death over his family and his servants. While this became increasingly theoretical with the evolution of Roman society, it was rooted in the religious taboo that the father was the link between the family and its tutelary gods and ghosts.Indeed, it was not so much the paterfamilias who was owner of the house, it was his deified ancestors and local spirits who were the real proprietors and guardians of the land. The family demons could bring woe to those who offended them, and surely there was no greater insult than to lay a hand upon the paterfamilias whose chief duty was to propitiate them. Outsiders were also thought to invite divine wrath if they attempted to evict or harm a man within the presence of his household familiars. These religious taboos rendered domestic life and private property sacred centuries before civil law was accepted as a substitute.The residence of a paterfamilias was virtually a temple to the family gods, and it therefore followed the house was itself sacred in some sense. The hearth which cooked the family's food and kept them from freezing in the cold was Vesta. Vesta like her Greek counterpart Hestia seems to be a very ancient Indo-European goddess of domestic fire. The women of the house were charged with maintaining Vesta's flames, and to let the flames extinguish was a disgrace. Small bits of the family's evening meal would be offered to Vesta's flames as an offering. The revered temple of Vesta with its cult of Virgins was a public outgrowth of this private cult.The household door, the veil between the inner sanctity of family life and the profanity of the outside world, was also sacred. Janus was its name, and seems to have been a very ancient Italian deity connected with beginnings and transitions. The sons of the paterfamilias were charged with the worship of Janus, though not much is known about this. Even parts of the door were considered sacred: Forculus presided over the panels, and Cardea over the hinges. Limentinus was the threshold. The Greeks felt the Romans were a bit anal to find gods in so many small things, and later Christians made much mockery of these petty gods. But to the Roman, no god was so meaningful and so self-evident as the gods of the house, small though they were.The paterfamilias took delight in having the household honor his genius. The genius was a kind of spiritual double, often portrayed as either a snake or a stately male in a toga and covered head. Somehow connected with the family line, the genius imbued the individual with procreative and inspirational powers. The genius was a kind of tether to the family line which, through the act of procreation, a paterfamilias was able to pass to the next generation. Every male had a genius, and every woman had a similar double called a juno (not to be confused with the deity of the same name) but the genius of the paterfamilias was central to the family cult and honored on his birthday. The Romans seemed to feel that because of the influence of a genius, an individual's character was written at birth which experience and education could only moderate.Beginning with Augustus, the emperors would say that as the paterfamilias of the Roman race, their own genius was worthy of public veneration. This is what constituted the imperial ruler cult in the West, and over which early Christians had so much controversy. In the Roman understanding the emperor was not a god while alive, but as head of the public family his genius (spiritual essence) was worthy of rites. Most Christians did not seem to care about the distinction and regarded the honoring of the imperial genius as tantamount to worshipping a god, an offense to their religion.The Greek conception of the afterlife - the shadowy abode of Hades - was a poetic conceit adopted by some of the Roman literati. However, Roman religion per se did not recognize a specific dwelling place for the souls of the dead. The souls of the dead were deified in an aggregated sense and referred to as the Manes. The Manes held power over the living and were a part of the world, the real owners of the land.The Manes were divided into two sects. The Lares were spirits that were helpful, so long as they were propitiated. Every family was thought to have its own tutelary Lar, called the Lar Familiaris, who was honored by the paterfamilias. The Lares were originally honored outside on the borders between farming properties. Later, as Rome lost its agricultural character, the Lares came inside and were honored in a special shrine called the Lararium. There were still more "public" Lares who were honored at the crossroads in the neighborhood wards of Rome; Augustus set up special colleges for this. In any case the Lares were souls of the dead (ancestors) who guarded a family or piece of land. There were especially honored on the Kalends, Nones, and Ides of the calendar. The usual offerings were scraps of food or incense burned in their honor.The Lares were also known as the genii loci - the spirits of the land. They were thought to particularly inhabit natural settings like springs and forest groves. Whenever the Romans cleared land for some earthwork project, they first made sacrifices to the genii loci. This does not mean that Romans were reluctant to clear the land, merely that they felt the spirits within first deserved a sacrifice to avert their wrath.The Manes also had a malignant sect, an evil version of the Lares, called either Lemures or Larvae. The Lemures were thought to be souls of the discontented who caused mischief and harm. There were throughout the course of the year several festivals (some rather bizarre in nature) designed to scare aware the Lemures and avert their wrath.Also of vital importance to a family were the Penates, the gods of the penus or store pantry. These were the major gods most directly concerned with the family's well-being, and usually had some relation to the profession or interests of the paterfamilias. For instance, Minerva was the patron of craftsmen, so a craftsmen would most likely honor Minerva as one of his Penates. Mercury was the patron of merchants, thus a merchant would be inclined to honor Mercury as a penates god. It seemed every Roman family had from two to eight patron or Penates gods, which they represented either by crude figurines or else by drawing their likeness somewhere on a familial shrine. It was said the Penates particularly delighted in the smell of food and roasted meat.Every family belonged to a clan, and these clans themselves had special patron gods and corresponding rites. The Julian clan honored Venus and Apollo. The Nero clan, Bellona the war goddess. The Aurelians honored the sun. The Claudians honored Hercules. The leading families of these clans were responsible for maintaining the shrines and rites for the rest of the clan. When one of these clans came to power they had a habit of enshrining their private gods in the State conscious by building public temples and/or issuing coinage with the likeness of the relevant deities.Beyond gods and spirits, there were religious rights to accompany an individual from birth to death. Men often kept the first trimmings of their beard in a box on the family shrine. When a young man became of age, he traded in his child's toga for an adult toga, and then went to the temple of Jupiter to offer sacrifice. Families kept wax funeral masks of their dead in their house. When a woman married, she formally left the protection of her father and his household gods and entered into the protection of her husband and his household gods.This was the simple religion of the Romans that endured for centuries. Only the death penalty from the new Christian government formally ended it.”This article was provided by Forum member Ursus courtesy of the following link:Roman Domestic CultThis image bears similarity to the genius loci images usually conveyed by images of coiled snakes, and integral to ancestor worship among Ancient Romans.The photo above is courtesy of the link below:Letters shed new light on Nobel prizes for discovery of DNA’s double helix structure - Cold Spring Harbor LaboratoryMy answers, comments and content are not to be used outside Quora on any medium, forum or social media without my prior written consent.

How can one pursue eternal happiness?

My feeling is that this is a conflict in terms.Happiness has to occur in time and the Eternal places us outside of time. So Eternal Happiness on its surface does not make sense, per se.However, if one hypothesizes a soul, or something which is eternal within us, then we can get the idea of there being some part of us that could be in eternal happiness in heaven or eternal torture in hell. This is what Dante shows us in his Comedy. The problem with this idea is that it means one must postulate a transcendental that takes us beyond our place in the world in space and time. The difficulty is that it leads to nihilism. For instance, if you think that there is the possibility of eternal happiness in heaven or eternal suffering in hell that it has a tremendous effect on life, wich destroys the roots of happiness in life itself. In general, what happens is that we worry about going to hell, and we tend to not assume that we are going to heaven, and this transcendental worry or anxiety itself tends to distract one from life itself and undermines achieving happiness in ones life at any given moment. This undermining of happiness in life is a real problem, and so the idea of "Eternal Happiness" actually saps our existential happiness in life and that is its nihilistic effect, distracting us from our life as lived by a possibility that we hypothesize, but do not know if we will realize, because we do not actually know that these transcendentals exist -- no matter what we believe. And this is the problem with religion in general -- that it hypothesizes transcendentals which are believed but not known, and this tends to lead to suffering now, and perhaps missing the life that we are leading now, in the name of some out-of-time future state that may not occur, but whether it occurs or not is irrelevant to what is going on in our lives now. This is why Nietzsche thought that most religions are life denying and thus destructive to life itself.Nietzsche thought life (our embodied immanence) was the most important thing and that we should affirm it rather than denying it, especially in the name of something we do not know, but only believe, is possible out of time, when all the things we know point to the fact that life is transient and there are no actual transcendentals beyond life. Thus, there is a conspicuous contradiction between what we know from science and what we believe in religions. We tend to be caught in this double bind in our lives and suffer paralysis due to it, often thinking we are going to Hell in a hand basket along with everyone else, when it is precisely this thought that prevents us from doing whatever we might end up in Heaven.Protestantism which has the belief for the most part that "BELIEF" is all that matters and actions do not matter at all in the decision as to who is saved and who is damned is particularly extreme in this respect. Action is what we can do in life to try to assure that we will end up in Heaven, and if you take that away, and nothing can be done, then it intensifies the anxiety about future transcendental states to the utmost and thus produces an extreme nihilistic situation. Catholicism at least still believes that actions matter, but unfortunately it also has traditionally believed that you can buy your way out of future suffering, and that the Priests are the ones who can relieve the anxiety by giving pardon for sins done if they are confessed, and if one has made the proper remediations.So, in the difference between Dante and Milton there is really an impossible trap. Either you believe in action and that it can make a difference, but also believe that there are representatives of God who can pardon you and from whom you can get reassurance that your sins are absolved, OR you believe that there is no power to absolve you as in Protestantism, but get the extreme intensification of anxiety that actions do not matter anyway, and that it has already been decided what your fate will be by God. If Catholicism is nihilistic for all the reasons that Dante cites when he puts the Popes in Hell, then Protestantism is even more extreme and the break with Catholicism in Protestantism brought an intensification of Nihilism along with the freedom from Catholic dogma and the Inquisition. If it does not matter what you do as most Protestants believe, then you can do anything and that is just as nihilistic as Anarchism because moral foundations of action do not matter to God.Both of these views led to the rape and pillage of the entire world in the name of Manifest Destiny and other colonial notions. In Catholicism it was justified by bringing true religion to savages, little did it matter we are stealing gold from them in the process, murdering them, destroying their world and sowing cultural destruction everywhere that Catholic colonialization went in the world. This colonial spirit was intensified by the Protestants who believed that their actions did not matter, and after they came back from the Entrepreneurial (Enter and Take) exploits overseas they believed that one may become "born again" and thus feel as if one is saved, regardless of what one had done in the Colonies to make ones fortune. So historically we can see that Beliefs in Transcendentals have had real world effects destroying the happiness of many though the exploits of a few good Christians who felt they were holier than thou, and had the right to convert the world to the one true faith at gun point if necessary and this is what gave Nietzsche such severe doubts concerning religion.Nietzsche said that we must question the value of Values, and when you do that you can become a Free Spirit who makes their own values, (values ultimately come from us not from outside sources) and the values we make should support life not death, because we are living creatures engaged in the flux of evolution. Whatever supports life should be encouraged and whatever leads to death should be discouraged, and our morality should reflect that.But even Nietzsche resorts to the idea of "Eternal" in his idea of the 'Eternal Return' to produce a principle for judging action. And that principle has as a criteria for judging action whether you can bear to re-experience that action myriad times. This is his equivalent to the Kantian Categorical Imperative. His idea is that life affirming actions can be re-experienced myriad times without tire, but that life destroying actions cannot be re-experienced without turning into torture. And this gives us a different way to see Heaven and Hell. Heaven is 'eternal return' of life affirming actions, and Hell is 'eternal return' of death seeking or creating actions where entropy is also considered 'heat death'. From the Nietzschian point of view, then, Eternal Happiness is happiness in the moment from actions that are life affirming. Eternal Torture is anything in the moment that cannot bear eternal repetition by the agent. Anything that would lead to the nihilism of monotony, or anything that one in re-experiencing it would lead to the happiness of the moment souring or anything that would cause one to suffer with the victim of ones actions, because he assumes in eternal repetition that one would become one with one’s victim, if ones actions were not life affirming for both. There is a lot to say for Nietzsche's idea of life affirmation and using the criteria of Eternal Return to combat nihilism and evil in life, because anything nihilistic would ultimately be a torture if repeated infinitely, either via boredom or suffering. The idea of Eternal Return is to use the 'Eternal' to reinforce experiencing the moment and the actions we perform in the present, and bringing happiness into the moment to the extent one can manage, and also to diffuse transcendental beliefs that would sap the moment of its worth and meaning as all transcendentals tend to do.In Islamic Sufism there is a different interpretation of this problem that is very interesting. Sufism reads all of the talk in Islam about the next world of the Garden and the Fire to be about the moment in which one is living, and thus we can distinguish for others and for ourselves who is in the Garden and the Fire in every moment. It places each thing that happens in an imaginal landscape and thus creates an apocalyptic perspective in each instant that is used to generate intense meaning within the world. Every action matters in an ultimate way because it is played out in eternity in the moment that it is done. Plato called this the WorldSoul, i.e. a moving image of eternity in time. In this way the hypothesis of the 'Eternal' is used to reinforce what is going on in our lives and to heighten every experience so that we understand our experiences as ultimate in some sense, which they are because every act is our last act in that sense, Every moment could be our death and so in a sense this imaginal vision of the next world is like our whole existence flashing in front of our eyes. But Islam gives specific practical guidance on how to get out of the Fire and into the Garden, and if we interpret that as being applicable in every moment and not in terms of some indefinite future after death, then one gets something like the idea of eternal return, but with specific prescriptions on how to get out of the hell one is in and into the garden that is protected from that hell. This is the same effect that Hinduism and Buddhism get out of Samsara only in the Islamic view reincarnation only occurs once.Of course, normal Islam as interpreted though Jewish (Philo) and Christian (Greek) theology has all the same problems as Christian approaches to life from the point of view of Heaven and Hell. it is important to realize that the whole idea of Heaven and Hell were not part of Judaism from the beginning and that it was an idea imported from Mesopotamia and probably ultimately from Zoroastrianism which was an extremely dualistic religion. So Heaven and Hell proper as absolutes are not Semitic ideas. And Judaism is at its root life affirming (be fruitful and multiply). In fact its word for existence itself is Life. So in some sense the more we can cling to those original Jewish roots the better off we would probably be in terms of applying the Categorical Imperative or the criteria of Eternal Return.One of the best things I learned recently from the Teaching Company tapes on the History of Christian Theology was that each religion with its theology has its own peculiar anxieties that it produces. All the anxieties are different and they lead to different results in the world as people try to deal with those anxieties.Here I pick on the Baptists as an example of things gone wrong. The Anabaptists believed that only the Baptism of Jesus was a true ritual of salvation, and it must be done as a consenting adult to count, and thus baptism as children did not count. The Anabaptists were hated by both Catholics and Protestants together, who both hunted them down and crucified the Anabaptists. When the Anabaptists took over cities and tried to put their utopian communist ideas into action, things did not go well under their rule, and eventually all those cities they took over were taken back. The Anabaptists who were not killed off but escaped northward became Quakers of some sort when they renounced violence. The same group arose again in England later and though persecuted did were not killed off, and eventually many of them came to America, where their religion was found to fit nicely on the frontiers because it could survive without organized churches. The good thing about the Baptist religion is that they believed everyone could interpret the Gospel for themselves and their worship meetings were full of lively discussion as various interpretations of scripture were debated openly. But as with most Protestants they believed that God had chosen who would be saved already, and recognized that for most of us Hell was the destination, and so their message was mostly about Hell and why you were going there which might have some effect on the impressionable young mind.So for instance people who were brought up as Baptists and listened to Hellfire and Brimstone sermons when they were young and impressionable are going to have certain anxieties that no amount of thinking are going to erase, no matter how much one realizes that this is a wrong approach to life. And with Catholic, or Islamic training in one’s youth different but perhaps similar religious anxieties would be instilled. Nothing is going to free one of the religious worldview one is given in one’s youth no matter how sophisticated one becomes nor how much one thinks one has gotten beyond those primitive ideas in one's sophisticated outlook on life that comes with education and refinement of one’s knowledge and experience, nor by understanding of religion in general as many different perspectives by which one has reconciled the mortal and the immortal standing between heaven and earth, i.e. as Heidegger says in the midst of the Fourfold.If one has had Protestant, in particular Baptist, Hell Fire and Brimstone lectures when one is a kid one is going to think one is destined to go to Hell no matter what other religion one has adopted later. These sermons are supposed to prompt good behavior, but if behavior does not matter and only belief matters then one is basically screwed, and the result is probably 'FREEZE' in the Fight/Flight and Freeze responses to traumatic situations. I think many of us can attest that these religious teachings of our youth have done more damage than good in our lives. There is a dark side to Eternal Happiness, which is Eternal Suffering, that shadow of doubt haunts our lives if we were indoctrinated into that harsh and unforgiving kind of belief system very early. No amount of Belief is going to do anything about that Doubt, and no amount of Action is going to be enough to assure our being saved, and knowledge cannot help because that knowledge was not there when we were a child and we were being indoctrinated with these insidious beliefs.When one realizes that much of what goes on in the world is driven by these anxieties over transcendental beliefs, then one comes to appreciate Nietzsche who very seriously tried to solve this problem set up by religions history in the West, which had consequences for the whole world though colonialism which was the ultimate expression of the nihilism of this Belief system. There were perfectly good belief systems out there like Buddhism for instance or Taoism that were essentially nondual that were sapped of their strength through colonialism. Now Christianity is growing fastest in the Third World (Rapidly becoming the First World, as European nations sink back into Third world status). These Third world religions are gaining popularity in the West today, but the problem is that pointed out by Jung, which is that we need to deal with our Christian origins on its own terms, and that skipping to some other belief system does not actually deal with the root of the problem, which is inculcated by our culture early on and is merely transposed into whatever personal Orientalism we are engaged in. Of course, Buddhists also had ideas of Transcendentals late in the development of Buddhism, as did the Taoists. So it is not as if these religions were any different taken as a whole. But the parts of them we are interested in are the parts that allow us to seemingly escape the traps of Christian religion. Yet, no matter how deeply we know the truth of these other ways of approaching our existence, the fundamental training that envelops us when we are young is actually what casts a pale over our lives that is palpable and haunts us regardless of what we know and what we think later in life. The only way to deal with that is some kind of Trauma therapy that reaches deep into the bedrock of the self to remove those early wounds to the Psyche when we are children.Religion in general is the intentional instillation of Trauma in the young for the purposes of social control. The idea of Eternal Happiness is really the surface that glosses over that trauma. It is a wound that was healed over too quickly and must be reopened in order for the actual healing to occur. If not Gangrene can set in. And this is because the nihilistic opposite of Eternal Suffering always haunts that thought of Eternal Happiness and ruins our lives in the process. Essentially, the Wounds of Christ on the Cross are our own stigmata that come from the Roman swords of trancendentals piercing our immanent flesh.Healing those wounds produced in our childhood is not easy regardless of what we know as adults. But that is the path we must endeavor to take toward health within our own worldview that rises up from within the worldview itself. Like Jung I believe that no foreign doctor is going to understand or be able to heal this illness. We see in Jung's Red Book his own struggle with these issues. We must figure out how to struggle with them ourselves, in our own way, with resources from the tradition in which we were born. If we can heal this trauma in ourselves from ourselves, then perhaps we can do less harm to the world and begin to undo some of the harm already done, before the hothouse of Venus eclipses our still green and blue Earth.

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