You can't save anyone
The basis of society was to facilitate social cohesion in order to progress exponentially as the dominant species on the planet. We had an insatiable desire to eradicate excessive manual labor in the pursuit of the truth. As a result of this insatiable desire, we were able to begin to implement moral and ethical values acquired through empirical knowledge to all the members who constitute society in order to become civilized individuals. Civilized, a way to express oneself peacefully and to make oneself understand one's precise, living and clear and clear - explicit ideas. It is exactly the purpose of a family, it is to instill societal norms in future generations. They had to educate, cultivate, humanize future generations in order to socialize properly. Their job was to enlighten future generations with the epistemological knowledge acquired from empirical experiences in order to build and refine their behaviors to a certain extent from what is "good".
However, along the way, we got lost in being emotionally attached to the other members and resources of this society, we were able to become possessive, selfish and hypocritical. A desire to conquer our tastes without having a thought for others. We have titled everything to make this desire a reality. It starts with the law of the strongest - the law of the jungle (live or die). In fact, anyone who is socially successful is a potential sociopath.
As a result of these unconscious behaviors in the state of self-awareness, others began to observe and rebel against these unjust moral values. Over time, the relationship between different members and groups of society has degenerated due to someone's loss of interest - the unexpected death of a dear member or a lovable person due to attachment emotional and trauma. Often we know the occasional cause but never the root cause because it is personal. Following this shocking situation, we felt the need for a consensus to stabilize the recurring problem. We have had to build and apply new moral values as the rule of law - the status quo. We wanted to refine the youth so that history does not repeat itself. For this, we have invented a model conditioned by the programming to follow in order for this objective to materialize. It consisted in being "kind", "polite", "courteous" and "docile" - ethical values. In other words, to be friendly - hypocritical.
All those who disobeyed these moral values, which quickly turned into ethical values, were described as "deviant", "unconventional", "unorthodox" and "rebellion". Today we call them "conspiracy theorists", "radicalists" or "terrorists". In a more simplistic and individualistic way of saying, a toxic person. In fact, everyone is toxic because of their self-interest due to the monetary system of this capitalist societal ideology. It is impossible to participate in society and to be completely frank - authentic because the very basis of money is the manipulation of the desires of society. If and only if one intends to exclude oneself, it becomes essential to extricate oneself from the collective to distinguish the necessary needs and the insatiable desires. One should discover the very essence of Existence itself - inner peace and self-preservation.
Now back to society. In order to enlighten members of society to some extent, they used what they thought they knew at the time as fact. They sat down and noted the level of need they should allow for the collective of individuals - freedom. At this very moment, the word "freedom" has lost its meaning. They suppressed certain desires like "excessive", "greedy", and so on like "bad" in order to divide and conquer.
The Constitution of a nation is the mother of all laws. To do this, they had to instill in the collective of individuals a certain level of epistemological knowledge - tacit knowledge through different institutions and different sectors of society. This is exactly the aim of academic, religious and industrial entities. They were invented to refine the perception of reality and to "progress" and "achieve" a "goal" as a whole.
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