Thanks for replying. I guess my question should’ve been a bit more descriptive.
When I mentioned reality, I meant the way humans think the universe works…not human society.
Of course there are bad aspects about human society, which by all means is bad.
But I was referring to what humans think about the nature of the universe. Things like destiny, karma, and really everything that can’t be verified..ever.
As a concrete example, if someone believes that their destiny is planned out, and they’re going through a hard time, they’ll go in a downward spiral, thinking what’s happening to them was meant to happen, and hence not take steps to change things. Now in that context, the belief about preplanned destiny is not helpful (and there’s no way to say if it’s correct or not).
So, my question was, how to make sure kids don’t start believing stuff like that, and see it as fiction, and not reality.
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