- Vera Nova
- Las Vegas, NV
- United States
Director Research Analysis, NOVA Town Futuristic Development
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How long do we need to live to become more wise about life?
Will our humanity benefit from a much longer life, having more time to learn and re-learn from our own and other's mistakes? Would this be great to have the time, 300 -500 years, to revise and re-evaluate our ideas, knowledge, experience, ethics, and mentality in whole?
If it would be possible to live long enough what kind of stories we would be able to tell the younger generation? "Simple" or fascinating, "Informative" or wise?
Closing Statement from Vera Nova
Jan 27 2014:
P.S. We need to go back to this very Topic once more, as it provokes us to observe ourselves and brew our own meaning of life - for ourselves.
We’re on this planet for too short a time, breaking everything we may reach trying to get "inside things" - just like young babies. When we become older we take these illusions of knowing of what "inside" for wisdom.
Wisdom is deeply Intuitive Awareness that every living form is granted by nature. But humans who "learn" to trust their naive fantasies, symbols and collective prototypes need to live much longer for re-evaluating that "knowledge" and improving it over and over again.
After all wisdom is an endless Process, not a set of answers.
I thank you all for thinking along!
Hope to talk to you very soon.