If you’ve achieved massive success in the capitalism of the modern world, you’re probably ready to give away 95% of all future earnings, right?
If we choose to rely on the outward, external influences to fulfil us, to fill that hole in our heart, mind, or spirit, we keep ourselves limited (and thus dependent) upon that which we cannot control — save our biased perception of it, but that’s another topic. However, when we step into the realization and embody the knowing that we are ultimately the source of both the creative impulse, and concurrently our fulfilment of said impulse (regardless of what the world shows us) we move in the direction of complete acceptance; we engender the true nature of surrender.
We’re at a stage in our human journey where spirituality (consciousness) and technology are evolving and emerging at comparable, concurrent rates — and it seems as if it’s somewhat of a competition, depending on how you look at it.
Most of the world is at peace.
Most humans care about the wellbeing of other humans, and the planet.
Most of the planet is uninhabited.
There is more money than ever.
There is more awareness, mindfulness, collective consciousness, and elevated spiritual energy than ever.
The armed and police forces may never be completely dismantled or discontinued in our societies. Yet, with every generation, we have the opportunity to make fundamental shifts in the operating mechanisms, underlying values, and practiced paradigms as new men, women, and likely robots and androids enlist or are introduced into the various peacekeeping services, forces, fleets, and organizations.