3 years ago
On the verge of self destruction
Since the beginning of the human race, we’ve never ceased to advance. We have always been curious about everything. From a small atom to the large universe, we have never stopped questioning how, why, what, where, when, and which. This curiosity separates us from the remaining lives surrounding us. Curiosity has freed us from the cave and led to civilization. It had led humans to its present state, and it is responsible for our future.
Now, humans have been questioning their own existence. Humans have been playing Gods. We are learning how to seek life to feed our needs. We have been modifying DNA according to our needs. Science has given us tremendous power to achieve the impossible. With the raising technology, the desire to become all powerful and all-knowing seems unstoppable.
Our desire to become powerful has threatened our own existence. We are responsible for the depletion of the ozone layer, global warming, pollution, and other many problems. I know there is nothing that we can’t achieve that we have imagined; it is just a matter of time. There are solutions to every single problem and humans are and will be the one to solve them.
We are the creator and destroyer. Our planet is aging every single day. Although we have the solution our desire of becoming powerful has suppressed that solution leading to the destruction of life itself. Everything we see is the result of evolution. It took the humans thousands of years of struggle and sacrifices to reach to the point we currently are in. But this all could be destroyed just in a matter of a day.
Humans’ greatest stupidity was the war for border, religion, and color. It could possibly be the sole cause of humanity’s destruction. We have created so many problems in the past that no humans dare to look back to solve them. So, despite all these marvelous things humans have achieved, we have left behind some unsolved problem need to be solved.