Continuation of the human species requires a diligent awareness of the problems that can affect humanity’s existence. The only way that we can bring awareness to our problems as a species is through a conscious effort of compiling and organizing these problems. As the HCRC, we have endeavored upon this task of building a version of this humanity’s problem repository. A repository of this nature would be comprehensive and allow not only an awareness of the problems themselves yet help begin a baseline understanding of how the problem came to be, as well as what solutions we may ponder to begin solving said problem. This can seem great and its use as a tool to positively progress our global human civilization is ideal, to say the least. One can easily shift perspectives and zoom out to see that are potential problems that could arise from the creation, governance, and enforcement of a repository of this nature that dictates which problems take precedence and which do not. Hence the importance of analyzing these pitfalls before the humanity’s problem repository, which is intended to be a tool, becomes a cumbersome problem within itself.
Each human being is consistently striving to find their true self through the course of their existence. As the HCRC, we define the discovery of this true self as a human being who has found a way to live their life in which it brings them internal happiness and peace. This can occur both consciously and subconsciously, no matter who you are though this search occurs at some point through the course of your existence. Some human beings find their true selves both earlier and easier than others. This can be for a variety of reasons. Whether you are born into a life that supports your true self or you faced adversity that revealed who that true self is, you may be one of the lucky human beings who has had the opportunity to find their true selves. Other human beings may not have had the chance for these variables to line up and to find that true self yet, as long as we are existing within our physical form though, we still have an opportunity to find our true self. As the HCRC, we believe that finding your true self is crucial to each member of the human species contributing their best towards the global human civilization. Establishing the privileges of existence for all human beings is the catalyst that can heighten our ability as human beings to find our true selves.
As human beings, there are numerous things to do and minimal time to do it. What gets done now and what should get done later is a question we consistently ask ourselves as we decide which actions to take in our day to day lives. Consciously and subconsciously we organize the actions we take in a sequential order that is to our pleasing as an individual human being. While it is common that unforeseen circumstances can always alter the sequence in which our actions may end up unfolding, most human beings tend to realign themselves to the initial sequence they set out before the unforeseen circumstance had occurred. As human beings, we must utilize this ability to prioritize the actions we take as individuals and expand its use to how we solve the problems that will affect our existence as the human species.
As human beings, we live in a continuum of revolving questions and answers. We venture out, searching for answers to questions we have and as we find those answers, we begin to think of new questions. Our questions as human beings can be constituted by two functions, curiosity, and a need to solve a problem. For example, one may look at a cloud and question what a cloud is and made out of, this would be a question rooted in one’s curiosity. While another question we may have to ask ourselves is where can I find my next meal. Questions of this nature would derive from a need to solve a problem. As the HCRC, we believe that continuing the existence of our species is the highest priority that we should hold, and because of this priority, we must fixate on answering questions that allow us to solve the problems that threaten our existence as a species.
For the majority of human beings, we can envision the future. Just because the majority of us can though it does depend upon that specific human being if they do actively utilize their ability to envision the future. If you are a human being that does actively utilize your ability to envision the future, then you may have varying topics that you envision that can range from your future to the future of our human civilization. There are also differences in the exact duration of how far into the future that vision may stretch between different human beings. Regardless of the details, there are visions of the future that many of us have. As the HCRC, our vision of the future is a place where we allow all human beings within our global human civilization the Privileges of Existence. Living in a global human civilization where we can ensure every human being can live their life to the fullest extent, and enjoy the liberty to do as they please, as long as they do not detract from any other human being’s life or liberty, is the vision the HCRC has for the future.
As human beings, we all have various levels of awareness. What determines each human being’s specific level of awareness for any given situation can vary based upon a variety of factors. Existence as a human being can be dynamically fickle which does not allow for an easy ability to construct a one size fits all formula for determining why one specific human being may experience a certain degree of awareness concerning one thing, while a complete lack of awareness regarding another. Despite the numerous factors that can dictate one human being’s awareness, two elements that do seem to hold validity in determining the likelihood of how aware one may end up being is their overall sense of how important the situation or topic is relative to how much impact nonawareness could have on that specific human being’s existence. When we take those factors into account, we can see most human beings will devote the majority of their awareness to the things they find important.