So I am simply identifying things which we could do for a positive outcome, and advocating that we do those things. Set goals and work toward them, in small steps.
No, I like some of those just fine. But others are dangerous, because they have the potential for abuse of power. Technology can be very helpful, but it also comes with the disadvantage of having the power of destruction on a large scale. Anything powerful has the potential for abuse of power. And many humans don't understand how to use power with wisdom. The price of freedom is responsibility.
I am drawing conclusions about history here, but really it makes sense rationally. We evolved over thousands of years. Our bodies evolved to work best with the environment we lived in. Which was far different from what we have now. We faced far more environmental threats (like predators, weather, and food scarcity) than we do now; so in order to survive we had to have internal harmony so to speak; that is, we had to stick together and help one another, be pretty healthy, and psychologically balanced enough to handle life.
To say otherwise is in my opinion illogical.