Our individual perceptions as well as the collective societal-perceptions are rarely in synch to enable us to love another or to serve one another as we are challenged to do. Over the centuries the humanity and the humanities have struggled to cope with this challenge. While this challenge might seem unsurmountable, it need not remain so for ever. Just as our visual acuity is improvable with the help of the prescription lenses; humanities can achieve singularity with the help of the modern computational tools and systems to enable us to not only understand our individual values but also our collective self worth and purposes so that we may never feel challenged or remain unequal to the existential causes.
From the biblical times to the present, we have been taught to separate ourselves from the world with the belief that the separation is an intellectual exercise devoid of connections to any and all. In fact, intelligence as well as all the other attributes exist in an unseparatable continuum of time, space, perceptions and co-ordination thus making it necessary to deal with all of them concurrently. Not unlike the prescription lenses, computational methodologies, tools and techniques are the only things needed for an individual as well as the societies to cope with the existential challenges of all kinds. The traditional recommendations of breaking larger problems into smaller and smaller components to help cope with are not adequate to meet all of the challenges of perceptions and communications which require simultaneous views of concurrency in multiple dimensions of enormous complexities. Could humanity simplify these computational systems to the level of the prescription lenses for all to avail of? What resources do we not have to devote and achieve this capability?