No one necessarily wants to race. But the cars have more and more horsepower.
A tap on the accelerator accelerates so much more than 10 years ago. Even riding a bicycle with electric drive.
And everyone goes along with it.
It’s the habituation. Getting used to the speed and the acceleration. Everyone unconsciously tries to adjust mentally and physically to the ever-increasing speed.
But hardly anyone needs this speed. This acceleration. It is hardly good for anyone.
If you want to tune your car, you can do it. And spend money on it.
But the normal person is wantonly or negligently driven further and further into speed. And lose their last nerve in the process. Both as an involuntary „hunter“ and as the hunted.
The cars slow down again. A little smaller again. A little friendlier again.
If you want to do something good for the world and for people, if you want to help them find their way back to a conscious life, you can start there and achieve a lot in everyday life.
Because if there are only giant cars and all the others are sports cars in disguise, what does that mean?
It means: one must always be bigger and stronger than the other.
And it means: everything is a race. It’s a competition. Everyone is in competition against their neighbour….
That can’t be it, can it?