Apparently we have an ability to project ourselves in an ideal situation. This has a Plato dimension. But somehow we have an idea of an ultimate state, like we also develop ideas of an ultimate being. We are not sure other mammals are doing the same thing. I'm definitely not sure other mammals are not doing the same thing. But we know this about human beings and apparently we need this too. We need this to suffer and we also need this for our redemption. This ultimate state is a projection to live for. But in our state of ‘makeability’, we think we can actually reach this in this lifetime. There's something else. We have combined our enlightenment and our age of reason and our state of technology. This is very dangerous, because we can make everything. At the same time, we are denying the things we could believe in, like the hereafter. Since we are not really believing this anymore, we have to do it in this lifetime. So this lifetime is the time into which we have to cram everything. We have to fill it with kicks. We have to fill it with events. We have to fill it with the ultimate things. We have to see that we matter during this lifetime, and that we leave something behind, and that we have significance. And sometimes we have a very short life to do this. So we have a kind of urge and we have a kind of pressure to do this. I think the transition is that people are now trying to have more identity, to find more acknowledgement, they are juggling these concepts of image and identity and roles and selves. Recognition and acknowledgement and significance during this lifetime.