Introduction to Altruism
A task for the intelligentsia
Have you ever understood how wonderful the creation of new life starts, inside every flower? Or, thought about the purpose of its existence? Do you know every time you are witnessing this, there is a true ceremony going on, a solemn moment where Nature announces that new life is busy to develop in this plant?
Yes… Nature creates a solemn moment inside a blooming flower when it creates new life. Nature has arranged those many varieties of colourfully flower petals unfurling around this mystery how plants are able to make copies from themselves. Was this ceremony meant to throw the attention of humans and think more profoundly about the enigmas surrounding us? Although, Due to our advanced knowledge, we now understand in detail what complex organization is surrounding us and enabled the creation of new life uninterruptedly during centuries!
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While unravelling the functions of this organization, during many years, the author got a better insight how, and in what way living beings are depending from each other. Meaning which natural rules living beings, also we humans have to follow. He found that the have a common bound: a sense of altruism that is obliging them to take care of each other! The author wrote a book called “ Introduction to Altruism”, through which he tries to motivate the intelligentsia, and moral teachers to explain to the population why a deeper knowledge about nature and the existence of other living beings is necessary to learn them to accept common rules how to behave toward each other. The book explains why the organization which controls living beings considered it necessary to etch a feeling of solidarity into the genes of the DNA inside beings, as a basic rule of behaviour. It also explains how exact science discovered just how perfect the organisation which controls living beings is.
Together, Nature forms a source of examples how to align our current human organisation on the basis of altruism which is binding living beings in groups together. This altruism is lacking in our human organisations: selfishness, and a disposition to give!
In this book, ideas are proposed on how to take lessons from the organization of nature, and to integrate them in our human organizations.