In every deterministic set of values, we find ourselves wanting to break free into a world where values are no longer values, but a set of harmonious habits.
We want to leave a stamp in the planet we call home; a memory of our person to be followed, praised, and respected. What we fail to understand nowadays is what that stamp means. That very stamp created to guide, or in some cases, dictate the way we think, feel and perceive, is a stamp wanting to differ us from one another.
But why all this burden to leave a stamp on the world? We forget co-individualistic humanity is our unstoppable train of thought heading for one direction: the future. It is up to us and our capability to join our pain, as well as our gain - if we want a sustainable or a detrimental one. But the future cannot take place without the past and the present having taken place in our memories and our learning experiences.
The past is a present that has happened; the future, a present that will happen. We are left with the following modus operandi: live in the present, reflect on the past, and strive towards a joint future of better understanding and comprehension, where we will learn to perceive our harmony not only with nature, but amongst those who walk on that very path we share: co-individuality. The universe is a constant of change; our life is what our thoughts make it to be.
Every individual's interests are relevant, every form of expression is appreciated. The correlation of forgiveness, understanding, trust, and love, will bring about complete harmony. Thus we need anger, for without it, we loving individuals could not know who needs the most understanding; we need love, for without it, we angry individuals could not know whose attention we would most likely have to call upon. But wait, we as angry and loving individuals can come together and learn that harmony resides within us, yet we have somewhat forgotten.
Only after having realized that our mirror image does not lie only on the object that resides so static in our bathroom or dormitory, but in our mutual understanding mirrors surrounding our very being, only then will we know what life is all about: Progress. We then will achieve what can be referred to as 'super-consciousness'.
Communication, sharing, complementing, fulfilling, dynamic structuring, health availability, intelligent food distribution, common shelters, common mental and bodily freedom; all these characteristics will lead to one structural class: humanity.
We must not seek it, yet we must learn that it is true. We don't have to search endlessly for that with which we dive into this wondrous world, solar system, galaxy, Universe; we already have it.