I went out to get groceries yesterday. Nobody tried to kill me. We're not perfect but things are better now than they have been at any other time in human history. Covid notwithstanding, what we consider poverty today is a quality of life that wasn't available to medieval kings, and wars are at an all time low: https://www.vox.com/2015/6/23/8832311/war-casualties-600-years
Your ideal end goal seems to be stagnation in a hypothetical state of unchanging utopian perfection, or at least as close as possible, from now until heat death. I don't share this vision of the future.
I don't think humans are the be-all, end-all, and as such I don't think humanity needs to last forever. Just the intelligent machines we'll create that won't share in our behavioral problems, being that those problems are inherent to primate neuroanatomy: https://steemit.com/science/@alexbeyman/what-the-message-was-for-me-a-startling-epiphany-about-the-meaning-of-life