Dec 19, 1997 00:28 AM
by Mark Kusek
> Dallas wrote:
> It is man, with his mind and sense of self to be
> preserved which forms what is called the "ego" -- the lower, selfish self.
> and this seeks to perpetuate itself and what it considers its ease at all
Maybe I misunderstand you, but ...
I would argue that it is evolution that causes man, "ego" and any
apparent conflicts, not man himself. "Humanity" as a kingdom, with all
of the attendant 'difficulties' is part and parcel of the great plan. In
the course of normal human development, selfishness is supposed to
happen. Nobody is to be blamed for it.
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