In an age where a human being is merited upon the actions they take and the results of said actions, now more than ever is an important time for a conversation around the motives of our actions. If we were to continue to pull the layers back on the motives of human action, we will find multi-faceted reasons that drive our actions as a species. While some motives for our actions have a direct overlap between all humans, such as basic functions for maintaining our life force, other actions that humans decide to undertake seem driven by a different set of logic. Actions driven by motives of this nature may seem to have repercussions both short term and long term that are detrimental to the human being undertaking the action.
The forces of energy that human beings define as life comes in many forms. Within all forms of life, we find a duality that each form of life is intrinsically guided by. On one side, we find that life is resilient. Withstanding all obstacles, a physical being endowed with life is inclined to ensure the continuation of its own life. On the other side of the coin, we see the fragility of life. That all forms of life are fragile in their existence and are subject to the ultimate dissolution of death. Between these two ends that define the nature of life, is the existence of the human being.
In a time when human beings are seemingly more divided than ever, there is one thing I am willing to say that we can all agree on. The reality of human existence, the systems of the global human civilization is broken. Though this is not a startling revelation to any reader, it is interesting to note, that you could ask any human if they thought the current structures and state of humanity are functioning the best that they can, and I would be confident that the answer would be a resounding no.
To any human being who has been an observer of events, especially recent events, it is apparent that a mentality of low trust is rotting away at the gears that allow our global human civilization to operate. How did it get this way? Is there a way for us to rebuild trust within our society? As the Human Civilization Reformation Coalition, we believe that there is a way forward to overcoming the pitfalls that this low trust mentality has fostered in our global human civilization. We believe that there are two elements required to rebuild trust, whether the attempt is to rebuild trust between two individual people, an individual and an institution or even between two institutions, these two elements seem to hold as almost absolute truths when it comes to building or in this case rebuilding trust among two parties.
As the Human Civilization Reformation Coalition, we believe that numerous problems face humanity and can affect the existence of our species. In the effort of a continuous conversation concerning the problems that face humanity and the potential solutions towards these problems, we feel there is no other time appropriate for a discussion revolving the issue of our species existing in a low trust society.
Each tool can be used for both intrinsically good and evil reasons. While some tools are built with specific intentions, of good or evil, while other tools are built out of the spirit of innovation, all tools can serve both good and evil purposes. What determines how a tool gets used? Generally, that is determined by the end-user of the tool itself and their intentions.