Question: What would the world be like if everyone was an introvert?
Answer: It is the world we live in today, a collection of 8 billion introverts.
We are all born with an inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric and subjective nature. We all see the world in our own personal way. Even when we connect, communicate it is done from a completely introverted, self-favoring point of view in order to prove our own right and rise above others.
Thus we have this chaos, “modern Babylon”, the deepening, seemingly unsolvable, global crisis, which encompasses all Human activities.
Since we evolved into a fully integrated and interdependent world, we won’t be able to solve our problems, we won’t be able to survive if we all remain introverts.
Sooner or later we will have to come out of our egoistic, subjective shells, either pushed by intolerable suffering, or by proactively, consciously learning about, accepting how our inherent nature is incompatible with Nature’s global, integral system. In the case of the latter we can then purposefully, methodically change, upgrade our inherent nature thus adapting ourselves to Nature and safeguarding our collective survival.