#3124] Humans Move From Globalzoas To Cosmozoas - Living
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~ Idea 3524 ~
What is really happening to us humans is this: since the some 4.6 billion years of existence of our planet the first life forms emerged only 3.5 billion years ago after the planet had lost its atomic radiations. Those life forms were called protozoas from the Greek proto, the first, and zoas, animals. Scientists use this word to describe the very first multicellular, small life forms.
Then much later came the metazoas, (Greek, the next, higher animals) namely all the prodigious diversity of very complex life forms including finally humans a hundred thousand years ago.
Then in the 19th and 20th century humans became globalzoas, namely a global life form, a species knowledgeable of all the Earth and beginning to feel and act as one human global species with global limbs and senses, with a global brain and a nascent global heart and soul.
At the entrance of the 21st century and third millennium we are entering yet another phase of evolution: we are becoming cosmozoas, living beings of the cosmos, a species aware of the total cosmos, responsible to consider itself part of the total cosmic evolution of this planet, an integral part of this Earth and of all life.
This is very exciting and incredibly promising if we recognize it fully at all levels and in all institutions of the human society. Please dear leaders and people everywhere, become aware of it. In this resides henceforth personal fulfillment and celebrity.
Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume II Chapter 14 Of Writing
A young man visited a great writer and told him that he wanted to become a famous writer.*
The writer asked him:
"Describe to me everything you saw on your way to my place, and I will tell you if you will become a writer."
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