Heroes are those who, while immersed in their egoistic self-centered nature, build another person out of themselves, one that is in equal to the altruistic force of nature.
Imagine that you are in a closed dark space, like a worm inside a rotten apple.
You start slowly emerging from it.
You peek outside and see a wonderful bright new world filled with love and care, people happily enjoying their lives together.
You then exit yourself and enter into a completely different space with a blazing sunlight and a blue sky, out of the darkness that you were previously in.
After you exit the darkness, you need to process it—that following the dictates of your egoistic desires leads you to darkness, as the ego itself extinguishes pleasure in a self-aimed direction.
Is this transformation really doable?
Yes, it is—by building yourself, from your ego, in similarity to the altruistic force of nature.
You study the laws of nature.
You grow a demand for them to reveal themselves in their pure altruistic form, to show you an example like an adult to a child.
You then overcome your ego as much as possible.
You then use your ego not for yourself, but in order to resemble and reach balance with the altruistic laws of nature.
What does it mean to resemble the altruistic laws of nature?
It means that you develop love for all people.
You then gradually learn the laws of nature, bit by bit, making yourself more and more similar to nature.
As a result, you come to see that your ego—this mass of desire to enjoy that is your whole nature—exists in order to invert the intention upon it. By doing so, you gain the full altruistic quality—love and bestowal—for everyone, like the altruistic force of nature.
You then reach balance with nature: a new state, experiencing a special force of a great loving and giving connection with others and with nature—the opposite of how we currently use our desire to enjoy (selfishly, at the expense of others and nature).