Question from the Internet?
“If the world was ending and only you could save it, what would you do?”
The world — the human part of it — is a network of people. And as we started to gradually reveal and accept, today, this whole human network has become closed, mutually integrated and interdependent.
We are practically living in the era of “one for all, all for one”, when the life of an individual and the life of the whole collective has become one and the same. We are still resisting this, trying to excuse our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, subjective, individualistic and exploitative behaviour and relation to each other, but we are running out of excuses as our global problems are mounting and threatening our existence.
The world cannot be saved by a single person. The world needs a large enough collective to start with, a so-called critical mass of people who already understand that ‘saving the world” means adapting ourselves to a completely selfless, mutually responsible, and mutually complementing existence.
We have Nature’s finely balanced and mutually integrated template to look at and learn from; we can learn from our own biological bodies how myriads of extremely diverse and seemingly incompatible parts and elements can sustain a living organism if they interconnect with the right intention and method.
So what we need to do is introducing and following a unique, purposeful and practical educational method that can help us adapt ourselves to Nature’s integrality and mutually complementing operation within human society.