Sustainability is the key to our survival
Question from the Internet:
“I find sustainability good for business, but how can we move away from the over-politicized debate?”
“Sustainability” — adapting ourselves to Nature’s fully and mutually integrated system and fine-tuning our lifestyle to the optimal parameters of true, modern, natural necessities and actually available resources — is not only good for business, but it is the key to our continuing, collective human survival.
Such a change and adjustment will not come from “above”, from all the leaders, experts and interest groups that are all totally invested in our present, non-sustainable, excessively overconsuming, manipulative and exploitative human system.
True changes will have to come “from below”, from the grassroots with the help of a unique, purposeful and very practical educational method.
We do not need any uprisings or riots, we do not need violent revolutions. The present system is already collapsing, those politicians, lobby groups and billionaires who are still vying and fighting for wealth and control resemble those fools on board the sinking Titanic who were still collecting the silverware when the boat was already half underwater.
A new, sustainable and prosperous human society will grow out of small cells, small, mutually committed, mutually supportive and mutually complementing environments where people learn and implement Nature’s mutually integrated blueprint. The rest will follow their positive example in the ruins and the rubble of the present system.
The fast and more effectively a new system grows out of the rot of our present civilization — lead by a unique, sensitive and willingly self-changing minority — the less destruction and suffering the masses will need to follow them.