A system that works is a system which was designed with a dream of perfection. Evolution and upgrades will definitely happen. Change is inevitable and it will be for improvement with the proper desire and encouragement. When a person gets commended for an act. This is considered as approval and that person will keep doing what ever has started as the soul find pleasure with what is being noticed. Such behavior starts at childhood and will keep going until the person dies. That is also the time when the soul leaves the organic material behind. Systems start and systems end. Some say that each ending is simply a sign of a new beginning. Hence the system is an amazing thing.
A person’s ego is boosted with praise and this serves as the actual encouragement. Potentially unintentionally harming one’s self or another person is where the discouragement starts. Every person has what we call a defense mechanism for anything that may us harm. Even if a harm has been done, the defense mechanism triggers a maintenance called the toleration of pain. This way, whatever part of the system which was harmed can be healed or better yet, be improved by evolution. Engineers may call this an upgrade of the system. The system that works will find the best way to determine that potential harm and prevent it from happening. If the trouble is inevitable, the next course of action will be analyzing the affected area, assess the situation and come up with a solution. This means the system needs to do an upgrade.
Whenever a system upgrades, glitches may happen. This are what we call bugs. These are the result of the previous flaws that were supposed to be overridden and be improved but for some reason came across an incompatibility. Per change a person got a tooth decay and needed extraction. This is similar to an amputation. After such incident, the best way would be adding a prosthesis. In the dental case, we call it dentures. The new dentures will fit but will hurt at some point. Thus, the body will adjust to accommodate the add-on and have the entire body get used to the upgrade. In time, the add-on will be part of the system and all functions will work as normal. In the future, this can be further upgraded and everything will be better.
Systems are designed and modified to make things better. The only reason a system does not work is because of an incompatibility. Now incompatibilities can either be addresses by adjustments. This is what engineers call debugging. In a form of a bigger system like a community or a city, the government is the system and the laws are we call the programs. The people are the part of the system. If the people will adjust accordingly to the system, everything will work smoothly. If the people will stay unruly, the system will fail. The Government gets blamed and chaos comes to place. Imagine a simple ordinance. Side walks are for people to walk on while the roads are for vehicles to drive on. The system works if all drivers will not park on the sidewalk and stay on the road and parking lots while pedestrians stay on the sidewalk without obstructions. Everything works well. But this seldom happens causing chaos in every city. Waste segregation and disposal is a common big problem for the community. But who really cares are obey the rules? Will a rich guy who orders coffee from Starbucks not properly throwing the cup into the garbage bin after use be different from a bum or a beggar who throws a cigarette butt on pavement? No, there is not difference. They both do not conform with the system and they both cause problems (glitches and bugs) in the system. Debugging the system would need ruling these people out and teaching them their lesson. The bad thing is that even thought people are taught, they do not listen, they do not care, and they are not willing to change for the system. A wise person once quoted: “If you see a problem and you cannot solve it, you are the problem”.
A lot of people complain about a broken system or a failure of the system. But the real question is, do they really understand how that system works? A human body is system that was perfectly designed to withstand changes from birth to adulthood. Change happen every minute and the the sole responsibility of the soul living in the body is to take good care of it. By how? The brain governs the entire system and gives out commands to all the other organs on what to do and when to do it. Harmoniously fulfilling their duty starting from ingesting nutrients such as food, water and oxygen, up to expelling the wastes by means of piss, sweat and shit. If one these body parts fail or refuse to fulfill its duty, the entire system goes down and the body gets sick. Worse, it dies and the soul leaves the organic system. So the only way to take good care of the system is obey the rules of the system. Be one with the system and fulfill the purpose of the system. Just imagine if the Sun as the center of our solar system refuses to use its gravity and stops burning. Or imagine one of the Jupiter’s moon shoots out from its orbit and cause another collision with another heavenly body, perhaps Mars. What will our life be? Things like those may happen but not for a long time from now. We must cherish our time. After all, we are all part of a bigger system.
In some parts of the world, we see cities and communities that work together for the benefit of everyone. Selfishness causes problem this the root cause for a community’s fall. If someone in a community do not care about others and only wants improvement of itself, that someone will call the very downfall of that particular system. People start blaming each other for faulty systems instead of looking for the root-cause of the problem and looking for solution. In a community where if somebody accidentally leaves an item behind and misplaces it then other people will not touch that lost item wherever it was left, that somebody who lost can simply come back tracing the steps and be able to retrieve the item back. Regardless on how much the value of the item may be, it is the honesty of every person which will make the place better to dwell or live in. Per chance you drop an iPhone and nobody notices and they cannot tell you about it, imagine if you can simply trace back your steps and find your iPhone where you dropped it. Wow! that would really be heartwarming. Helping someone will make you feel good but being able to trust everyone will definitely make you feel better. Being said, helping only only boosts someone’s ego thus making them feel that importance. Still, it would be better to feel that there is no need to reciprocate in gratitude by returning a favor. This is since we are not entirely certain on when a favor is needed and if we can afford to do that actual favor. It is better to simply be able to do good without thinking of needing to owe someone that favor. Pay it forward. The system works by simply letting things happen in their own accord. Allowing what ever be to be and not fearing that it is not meant to be. Everything came from a single point of energy and there is no need for seeking more. If you let the system work, the system will work for you.