A very gloomy prognosis you're making. Of those who are spoken to here, all will probably agree with you. Probably all those who no longer work with their bodies but with their minds. So all those who are not involved in care, obstetrics, work with the disabled and the elderly, babies and small children. Or do social work that brings people together with people in real physical life.
I cannot estimate this, but I suspect that the physically rooted person is in an inferior position. Nevertheless, I do not believe that realistic assessments must necessarily be made. The thing is, if you let your cynicism win you over, or if you're pessimistic or even fatalistic, you'll be impressed by the fact that basically - at least it seems - all of humanity thinks of itself as a disease (I'm not talking to you personally now, because I don't know how you feel about it). But it can also be considered quite differently. The will to change one's perspective and accept something else because one wants it: also a possibility.
I believe that wisdom can be learned and is a matter that can be obtained through continuous human encouragement and effort. It takes a lot to do that, but I think and see a counter-movement that considers cohesion worth striving for, one that is not led by revolution or struggle or terror. So it is good that you mentioned this.