The Art of Nothing (Part 2)

We have so much potential. Don’t you think so? My goodness, but what we can do. I could list the usual things like putting a man on the moon, the pyramids, heavier-than-air flight, and so on and so forth. Compared to the other species with which we co-habit this earth, our progress has been phenomenal. And we are continuing to grow, in so many ways, exponentially.

We are progressing by leaps and bounds. Look how far we have come in just the last 100 years. If you were to visit a city in the United States at the turn of the 20th century you would find people of the day heating by coal or wood, lighting by candle or gas, local locomotion by foot or horse, and the nightly contents of the chamber pot emptied each morning at the family outhouse. Poverty, illiteracy, social prejudice and injustice, and religious intolerance were the norm. But all that has changed dramatically.

The United States is the quintessential rags-to-riches story, but it doesn’t look like it is moving toward a happy ending. That is what this blog is about, happy endings, not for just the United States but for every individual in every country, from every race, spiritual orientation, educational background, financial standing, and level of personal health, on this Earth. Big words, I know, but what if I could actually back them up? Would the chance to realize your personal Utopia be worth the time it takes to read this little blog? If I am wrong, at the very least you can have a good laugh at the ravings of a madman. But if I am right …

We have vision and imagination and good intentions. We have come a long way from hunting and gathering, and still there is so much more to grow. But despite our overwhelming progress, we don’t seem to be satisfied. We seem to have bottomed out in the contentment department. But what is it that we are really trying to do? What is our endgame? When everything is said and done, what will we have … who will we be?

We have the survival thing nailed down. Let me amend that statement. We are experts at basic survival. Shelter and food and procreation are, for us, no-brainers. Don’t get me wrong. There are still pockets of poverty and strife, where one’s very life breath is threatened on a daily basis – but that is the result of local circumstances and not for lack of know-how. Yes, we are masters of basic survival, but oddly enough the survival of our species is in doubt. That’s because we were meant for a grander good. Don’t you think so?

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