In my personal queries I had a moment of shock at the answer MANkind will cease to exist on this planet in the future. After changing terminology I found that HUMANkind will continue, while MANkind ends. After getting around the two terms I tried to get an idea of what the difference is and it seems MAN=animal while HuMAN=something to do with the idea of God.
Trying to find info to correlate with my own findings did not amount to a whole lot.
According to the best efforts of linguists and researchers, the root of the present word God is the Sanskrit word hu
which means to call upon, invoke, implore.
This explains the words in the Bible, "Except a man be born of water and the spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God." In the word "huma", "hu" represents spirit, and the word "mah" in Arabic means water
. In English the word "human " explains two facts which are characteristic of humanity: "hu" means God and "man" means mind, which word comes from the Sanskrit "mana
", mind being the ordinary person. The two words united represent the idea of the God-conscious person; in other words HU, God, is in all things and beings, but it is man by whom He is known. "Human " therefore may be said to mean God-conscious, God-realized, or God-man.
I assume this has something to do with the evolution we are supposed to go through?
one who knows not, cares not.