The stage is say for a global, integral transformation
Question from the Internet:
“Globalization and global communication have changed the cultural and behavioral elements of the world. Can you elaborate on the concept?”
I would say, that “globalization" — our new evolutionary state of existing in a fully integrated, interdependent world — has set the scene for a fundamental changes in human culture and behaviour. But we haven’t changed yet.
As the pandemic has shown more clearly and sharply than anything else before, we have become fully interconnected and we all depend on each other for our health, success and survival.
But we have also seen how everybody — both individuals and nations — reacted, behaved the same way as ever: selfishly, egotistically, only caring about themselves, trying to succeed, survive at the expense of others.
Our problem solving ability, our collective human survival depends on the recognition how much we are all sitting on the same — presently sinking — global boat, how much the state, future of the individual is intricately intertwined with the state, future of the whole collective.
For that we need a unique, purposeful, practical educational method, as we will need to voluntarily agree to and implement the “Nature-like", mutual integration above and against our inherent nature, making the well-being of the whole collective at least as important as the well-being of the egotistic, subjective self.