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Role of knowledge in beautifying minds

GOD has created the human being from a source of organic elements:Carbon, which exudes four to six emotions that other living creatures never possess such as laughing, weeping, the urge for imagination, innovation and creation, while the lower form of animal life does not have these qualities. These emotions might influence human behaviour in an incredibly powerful way. Strong emotions can lead a person to take action one might not normally perform or to avoid situations one enjoys.
Although God has created the human soul with these four to six big emotions, He has set up the parameters for success, achievement, fulfilment, bliss and satisfaction of the human soul, provided the soul is purified from negative emotions, such as envy, revenge, negative competitiveness, jealousy, greed, arrogance, lust, anger, happiness, etc. Feelings about these emotions have been responsible for deterioration and destruction of the human civilisation. They have always led to toxify the human brain throughout the history of human civilisations. God has also blessed us with emotions of happiness, bliss, joy, imagination, innovation and creativity and judges us with the emotions of anger, jealousy, envy, competitiveness, greed and lust.
We, the human beings, have deliberately or intentionally ignored the danger of these emotions by ignoring the antidotes and remedies of the emotions that beautify our minds and tender our hearts. The antidotes and remedies of the emotions that beautify our mind and tender our heart are found in art, literature, poetry, music and our spiritual values, which are saved in the form of arts, books and technologies to preserve the human dignity and the consciousness in the planet. Some great civilisations have been destroyed and ruined by ignoring the value of art, music, literature, poetry, bibliotherapy and spiritual values. These civilisations have deliberately or unintentionally allowed their citizens to grow wild without nurturing their minds and emotions with the beauty of arts and spiritual values. Utopia civilisation, which is also called the world of “Neurocosmic civilisation” is an alternative to the actual and imperfect civilisation.
In this utopia world, the main role of writers, poets, artistes, sculptors, musicians and spiritual Sufis is to energise and motivate the minds and tender the heart of the people so that they may become more civilised, harmless and creative compared to citizens whose civilisation is restricting their ambitions and efforts to train, transcend their realities via knowledge of art, music, poetry and spiritual values. The human that is created by God from organic elements, the carbon, by the combination of this element with other elements from the basic code of life called DNA. The building blocks of this molecule of life comprise four carbon derivative chemicals: Adenine, Guanine, Cytosine and thymine (AGCTs). Due to the diversity in combination of these four chemicals in our DNA of cell, we have a great diversity of species on this planet.
Humans created from these organic compounds of carbon exude different types of emotions, while robots and computers created by human beings from inorganic compounds of silicon do not exude these emotions. Nowadays semi-conductor industry is advancing the artificial intelligence in robots and computers. Even nowadays semi-conductor industry is being successful in the development of quantum computer chips. In the future quantum chips would be able to advance the artificial intelligence in robots on such a level that robots would become able to upload in them the whole human consciousness which would be the dawn of technological singularity. This highest level of consciousness in robots would mimic the emotional intelligence in humans.
On the other hand, with the development of “sense of me” in these robots could become the challenge for human civilisation. This dawn of technological singularity would be harmful and socially toxic without programming and training robots to enjoy music, art, literature and adopt some of the positive emotional and cognitive traits the human beings are blessed with in order to build a healthy and prosperous society where individuals contribute and interact positively.
— The writer is freelance columnist, based in UK.