How else are these cultures different from our own?
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In many other ways. They do not compete. They realize that when one loses, everyone loses. They therefore do not create sports and games which teach children (and perpetuate in adults) the extraordinary thought that someone “winning” while another is “losing” is entertainment.
Also, as I said, they share everything. When another is in need, they would never dream of keeping or hoarding something they had, simply because it was in scarce supply. On the contrary, that would be their very reason for sharing it. In your society, the price goes up for that which is rare, if you share it at all. In this way you ensure that, if you are going to share something which you “possess,” at least you’ll be enriched doing it. Highly evolved beings are also enriched by sharing rare things. The only thing that is different between highly evolved beings and humans is how highly evolved beings define “being enriched.”
A highly evolved being feels “enriched” by sharing everything freely, without needing to “profit.” Indeed, this feeling is the profit. There are several guiding principles of your culture, which produce your behaviors. As I said earlier, one of your most basic ones is: Survival of the Fittest. This might be called your Second Guiding Principle. It underlies everything your society has created. Its economics. Its politics. Its religions. Its education. Its social structures. Yet, to a highly evolved being, the principle itself is an oxymoron. It is self-contradicting. Since the First Guiding Principle of a highly evolved being is We Are All One, the “One” is not “fit” until the “All” is “fit.” Survival of the “fittest” is, therefore, impossible—or the only thing that is possible (therefore a contradiction)—since the “fittest” is not “fit” until it is.
"Conversations with God"
Neale Donald Walsch