We Even Trapped Water
In the early days of humankind, our ancestors lived in harmony with nature, depending solely on their instincts, creativity, and unity for survival. They developed skills, formed communities, and established the first economies through trading.
As their basic needs were met, they neglected their spiritual well-being, allowing the destructive spirit of Ego to infiltrate their minds.
Ego brought with it negative emotions such as shame, guilt, and fear, leading to the development of materialism, illness, and the emergence of currency. As humans and Ego evolved together, people became increasingly disconnected from their divine spirit, setting the stage for a world driven by Ego's insatiable desire for more.