1. The only way for present humanity to last is for humanity to modify itself via human technology (whether such modification involves genetic engineering, the use of mind-altering or mood altering drugs like anti-anxiety and anti-depression medications, or through the implementation of biotechnology to human anatomy and physiology). Our world is much too stressful for the human body to handle without an extensive evolutionary development.
2. The more an individual’s (particularly: a deep thinker’s) needs are met, the more clearly he/she observes the problems, inconsistencies, and ironies of this world.
3. Humans know next to nothing about the earth, consciousness, the Cosmos, or anything. Thus, when a someone (a human, I am assuming) tells you that something cannot possibly be true, be leery of believing that person. He/she probably does not know just how far their “truth” does not reach.
4. We can be certain of some things, but we can be more uncertain of most things. However, the few things of which we can be certain are likely precious–even the bad things–for the certainty that such things hold for us as humans (for we are beings for whom the universe is an uncertain and perilous and unknown place).
5. Uncertainty is, simultaneously, a blessing.
6. I do not think that ‘being human’ matters so much as one’s being a ‘sentient being that knows love and compassion.’ Again: in order for our species to ultimately continue/thrive, we must–to a certain (and, quite possibly, large extent) cease to be human in the sense of our current ‘humanity.’