Let’s establish a society to abolish human death.
Let us have the following principle ideas.
- Every person is created in G^d’s image which means is totally unique. There never was, the isn’t, and there never will be any second of any of us.
- The physical death of any person is a terrible loss to humanity.
- We have been overwhelmed by a staggering number of human deaths over many generations. The loss, already of the people we directly know, is staggering. And still, we will not justify or normalize human death.
- No setback can prove that now all is lost.
- The following things must be done to abolish human death:
- To set our goals high or we won’t reach them.
- To envision success. If we don’t see it, it can’t happen.
- To band together with others because only jointly, we will succeed.
- To make physical immortality the new normal, instead of death.
- To see anyone dejecting us as a flawed request to join us. They’ll join.
- To understand that people have no long-term conflicting interests. Not to go along with people being played against each other.
- To stop would-be murderers before they can kill, and to stop suicide.
- To create a society and world in which each person has their needs met.
- To ask Medical Science find a cure for all ilness, and stop and undo aging.
- To stop war of any kind. To stop any talk of ‘them vs. us.’
- To stop the killing of nature, the environment, or any animal.
- Universal rapid emergency aid to save anyone on the brink of death.
- To help one another mourn losses to stay happy and well-connecting.
- To teach, without hatred, how bad humans behaved (against naivety).
- Promote freedom for all but stop abuse of freedom (this asks wisdom).
Sixty years ago, 80 was really old. Twenty years ago, 100 became ordinary. Twenty years from now, 120 will be normal. Sixty years from now, 140 will be normal. A hundred years from now, human immortality will be normal. If still under 80, you have a good chance to never die (of natural causes). But we need to stop killing each other, which is the greatest challenge.
Pick your priorities, enlist everyone you meet, let’s get it done.