All of our stately, corporate driven impulses to stake a claim in the world are part of the adolescent era of mankind akin to an unchecked teen drinking spree.
by Ethan Indigo Smith
What's the problem? When we are children it's difficult to explain why we are upset and why we feel the way we do. Alternatively we usually experience simpler problems that can be handled and surpassed. As we grow into adolescence our problems become more complicated and become more difficult to explain so as to begin the process of problem solving. Our problems sometimes become more complicated than our language can explain and maturity can handle.
Humanity is in our adolescence. An adolescent undergoing a dramatic growth is comparable to our technological progress in the last fifty years or so. And we as a global collective of humanity are the worst type of teenager, the type that thinks we have all the answers and know it all. All of our problems are of our own manifestation in the most adolescent hubristic terms. And we, as a global collective, know something is wrong. We can variously put our finger on our problem and point to it, but it's almost too massive for our maturity level to fully comprehend and explain.
The problem of our adolescent being causes massive global destruction of creation and creation of destructive pollution. This adolescent misbehavior leads to a less productive adulthood, like a teen alcoholic. All of our stately, corporate driven impulses to stake a claim in the world are part of the adolescent era of mankind akin to an unchecked teen drinking spree.