Question from the Internet:
“Could one world, one currency work? If you were in a position to implement it, how would you go about it to avoid conflicts?”
We are gradually learning that we exist in a single, fully integrated and interdependent world. We still do not actually feel this, but in theory, most people agree with it.
Either the growing crisis and increasing global problems will “help” us, or we can use a special, purposeful and practical method to understand and feel our total interdependence and that, in effect, we already exist in “one world”.
From Nature’s point of view, humanity is a single species that is also an integral part of Nature’s system. The fact that inherently we feel ourselves as independent, “standalone” beings that dream about doing whatever they want does not matter.
Sooner or later, either as a result of intolerable suffering or through conscious recognition, we will have to adapt our worldview to “Nature’s worldview”.
Whether this will lead to a single “one world government”, a single global currency and other such systems I do not know. One thing is certain, none of it can be forced on people “top-down” through laws or other coercive measures.
First, we all need to understand, feel and accept our total interdependence with the help of a free and open method that people join willingly. Then, when we already feel the unbreakable connections between us and see the obvious advantages of adapting ourselves to Nature’s finely balanced mutual integration, we will organically and willingly and purposefully develop the necessary systems and local and governing institutions that can facilitate such a Nature-like global human society.