| [GMW #1020] Living Without Affecting Earth, Vegetation, Species And Humanity |
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~ Idea 6214 ~
Humanity has lived for millions of years on this planet without changing it much. But all of a sudden, new knowledge and ways of living are constantly bursting to the forefront, affecting deeply the Earth. The long-term consequences might be a catastrophe for the Earth, her vegetations and species and for humanity.
| Robert's Golden Sayings |
|It remains for humanity to develop multiple, non-conflicting, harmonious allegiances and devotion to: |
our self *
My Testament to the UN
-A Contribution to the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, 1995, Chapter 4
|It is no little achievement that humanity at long last has defined what it wants and what it rejects. We are now trying to achieve these objectives for all humanity. That is the great historical challenge of our time, the duty of our generation and the momentous task of the UN. May all people of the world make it their objective too, and be members of the UN whose Charter begins with the words: |
'We, the Peoples of the United Nations..."
Is it possible that despite our thousands of years of history, our religions, our research, our sciences, our penetration into the infinitely large and infinitely small, humankind has never really tried to understand the meaning of life? Yes, it is quite possible. It is even a fact.
If your heart were sincere and upright, every creature would be unto you a looking-glass of life and a book of holy doctrine.
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