𝗪𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝗖𝗮𝗻 𝗪𝗲 𝗖𝗵𝗮𝗻𝗴𝗲?
By Michael Laitman
Contrary to a lot of opinions, we do not have to change the economic, social and political structures, and other various superstructures in society.
We have to change ourselves. And we can do so by means of education.
Changing ourselves means changing our egoistic self-centered approach to life, which makes us want to enjoy at the expense of others and nature, to its opposite: an altruistic intention to benefit others and nature.
The education we need in order to perform this change is one that guides us to positively connect through raising the importance of benefiting others over benefiting ourselves.
It involves learning about the egoistic nature dwelling within us, the altruistic laws of nature outside of us, how these laws operate throughout nature’s still, vegetative, animate and human levels, how the universe and humanity constantly develop to higher and higher levels of unification, and how to willingly and consciously align ourselves with the higher unified form to which nature develops us.
We can change nothing without undergoing this self-transformation, because we each have to be at the foundation for any new changes that transpire.
Also, today in particular, we are in a transitional period where we will increasingly feel pressure to undergo this change from our egoistic approach to life that detaches us from each other and nature, to an altruistic approach that connects us and brings us closer together and with nature.
Moreover, undergoing this change will yield a new sensation of eternity and perfection the likes of which we have never experienced in our current egoistic makeup.