For thousands of years, humanity has been pulled between two opposing paradigms. Where one paradigm recognizes the moral reason built into the fabric of the universe itself as well as human nature, the other outlook asserts that the universe is governed by cold utilitarianism devoid of moral virtue. One promotes systems fit for free people and the other only for slaves.
Indeed, as Theodore Parker said in the 19th Century, "the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice." This is because evil lacks empathy and the patience to take a long-term view. Corruption leads to incompetence and absolute corruption leads to absolute incompetence. This is why corrupt political systems are bound to fail. It is also the message of the great dramatic tragedies.
Remember that the unfolding toward perfectibility includes the increasing of complexity as the Mona Lisa may illustrate with the rocky background producing the woman. Vernadsky focuses on this pattern of natural evolution🎉. We have so many friends from the past who lift us with their light🤗💖🙏🏽