What kind of world do we want to live in?
While we are busy connecting the world with cables, destroying ecosystems and making ourselves redundant in the face of artificial intelligence, we often forget this question. All of this can be quite frustrating — and you may be wondering where this will lead?
In our vision, the collective overload of climate change, unjust distribution of resources and disruptive technological developments is part of a gigantic development process. It is forcing us humans to reorganize our coexistence and develop at a breathtaking speed. Imagine the possibility to travel freely through many countries, equal access to education for all sexes, freedom of expression, a social system, workers’ rights, free choice of partner, same-sex marriage… All these social achievements have developed only recently in human history and we often take them for granted (at least us Europeans).
But the status quo is far from perfect — and for further development we need to understand the following: Humans are not only composed of their physical bodies and their intellects - their emotions and their spirituality are equal parts within them.