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Tuesday, July 26, 2005


[GMW #738] Moving To Land And Nature From Monstrous Cities

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[GMW #738] Moving To Land And Nature From Monstrous Cities
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Idea Dreams 6001-6500

~ Idea 6044 ~
Since the 19th century there has been an attraction of youth by the big cities.

At the end of the 20th and beginning of the 21st centuries, due to environmental changes, youth begins to be attracted by the land, by nature instead of the monstrous, hopeless, unnatural cities. Thank God!

Daily Idea Dream Topics: Peace, Idea Dreams 6001-6500, Ending War,
Earth's Ecology, Religion & Spirituality

Robert's Golden Sayings
There is not a single school on Earth which teaches the children and youth their right place in the universe, in time, on our planet and in the human family. The entire humanity must be reprogrammed through a right global education. I give such a model in my world core curriculum. A first attempt was made in the Robert Muller Elementary School of Arlington, Texas, to adopt my curriculum. In 2000 there were 43Robert Muller schools in the world.
Nobody thinks about the future political organization of our planet: each country thinks that its system is perfect and applicable to the rest of the world. None of them considers the new, crying needs of the planet and of humanity. None of them considers that there must be better ways of governing our Earth.

My Testament to the UN
-A Contribution to the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, 1995, Chapter 6


Most Of All They Taught Me Happiness By Robert Muller
Quotes and Notes from Vicky Rossi

#3 Quotation from the chapter entitled “Father de Breuvery and Teilhard”, volume 4 “Lessons from Other People”:

“Father de Breuvery once quoted to me Teilhard as saying:
‘Mon Pere, someday people will understand that the sun, and only the sun, from which most other forms of energy are derived, is our great clean source of energy. Among the civilisations in the universe, the earth is a very primitive one, since it uses the energy of its own planet. Others utilize the energy of their sun, and still others harness the energy of the cosmos.’”

My related comments:

The sun generates its energy from nuclear “fusion” reactions deep in its core. Power generation in the form of nuclear fusion, as opposed to “fission”, involves the “bringing together” of atomic nuclei. An experimental thermo-nuclear “fusion” reactor will be built at Cadarache, near Aix-en-Provence, France, with the aim of investigating how to supply the Earth with a non-exhaustible source of clean, inexpensive and safe energy. This project is called ITER, which means “the way” in Latin ( ITER is an international project involving The People’s Republic of China, the European Union and Switzerland (represented by Euratom), Japan, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, and the United States of America, under the auspices of the IAEA – a physical manifestation of the “fusion” of global interests.

In fact, there are many examples in our increasingly “global” society of the “fusion” or “bringing together” of individual and group interests. For example, since the 1980s, the rise in the number of non-governmental organisations (NGO) has been most remarkable. According to the Union for International Organisations, international NGOs operating in 3 or more countries numbered just under 1000 in 1956. Forty years later, in 1996, the number was more than 28,000.

Nevertheless, given the law of polarity which seems to rule our earthly existence, there cannot be daylight without darkness, or hot without cold, etc. therefore the movement towards the “fusion” of common human interests which we are currently witnessing is matched by a vehement move towards “separation” seen, for example, in the increasingly numerous acts of international terrorism. Nevertheless, even these actions by fundamentalists, however mis-guided, are themselves still influenced by the present day tendency to “fusion” – e.g. the intention to create a caliphate (a united Islamic State) – but in the instance of fundamentalists this drive towards “fusion” negates the evolution already achieved by humankind in the form of individual freedoms and the development of the intellect.

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