“One-world system” as defined by Nature’s laws
Question from the Internet:
“If there would ever be a one-world system, which country would even be the arch head of that system?”
The development of a “one-world system” is not a question of “if”, but “when and how”.
We exist in Nature’s fully integrated and interdependent system and in order to survive — as a single species that is an integral part of Nature — humanity will need to reach similarity with Nature’s integral template and the laws that sustain the balance and homeostasis life depends on.
This “one-world system” will resemble other integral living systems, like our own biological body for example.
In such living, integral systems each diverse, seemingly bigger, or smaller parts are equally important, as in an integral system for the crucial balance and homeostasis all parts are irreplaceable and important.
“Great/smaller” in living, integral, natural systems are defined in a completely opposite way than we define it in our false, artificial, present human system.
The greater, the more important an organ in the body is, the more it serves the rest of the body. Greatness, usefulness are valued, measured only by the selfless, mutually responsible, mutually complementing contribution each part makes towards the whole.
Since the optimal, Natural “one-world system” is so opposite, unacceptable to our original selfish, egoistic, subjective, and individualistic nature, upbringing, education, and social influence, we need a unique, purposeful, and practical “Integral Education” to help us through the transition we cannot ignore or avoid — since Nature’s strict, unforgiving laws obligate us.