Evolution of Humanity

“We’re going to have to come together and realize, the evolution that we’re facing is not the evolution of the human being. That happened 200,000 years ago. We’re already evolved. The evolution that’s in front of us is the evolution of something greater called humanity. 

 What that means, is you remember when we talked about the human body is 50 trillion cells coming together to make a human unit called the human being? And now we have 7 billion human beings like cells in a body called humanity! So our evolution is all humans recognizing we’re all part of one super organism. When the cells fight each other in your human body, we call that auto immune disease. Well, right now humanity is suffering from auto immune disease because we’re killing each other and not recognizing we’re all one organism.”

 – Bruce Lipton (stem cell biologist)

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3 Responses to “Evolution of Humanity”

  1. pompousfruit Says:

    The problem is that we’ve been led to believe that we are one organism. We are not; we are individuals albeit connected to each other but not to everyone. Just as high fences make for good neighbours recognising our individuality and becoming more self sufficient means that we love ourselves first. We therefore don’t rely on other people too much so don’t expect too much from them. It’s the high expectations imposed on us and demands which lead to wars.

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