Questions we might often explore:
PART IV: JUST EXACTLY WHAT IS THE
EXPERIENCE WE'RE HAVING HERE?

In Part III of this series I said that in Part IV we would explore the civilizations of Highly Evolved Beings, and the model we can use on Earth, should we choose to change humanity's current trajectory from self-destruction to self-recreation and self-realization.

I have turned to the third book in the Conversations with God series for my information about this. In its description of Highly Evolved Beings (there are many such species, we are told, living on other planets in our vast Universe) we see that there are major differences between how "HEBs" (as they are called in the dialogue) organize and live their lives, and how humans do.

As one example: In highly evolved cultures, children don't raise children. Offspring are given to Elders to raise.

This doesn't mean that new offspring are torn from those who gave them life, taken from their arms and given to virtual strangers to raise. It is nothing like that. In these cultures, Elders live...

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Looking at Today's Reality:
WHAT KIND OF LEADER
WOULD YOU (S)ELECT?

Tomorrow will be here before you know it.

The moment seems to be arriving very quickly when the entire human race is going to be asked to decide --- perhaps I should say forced to decide --- who we are and who we choose to be as a species.

This decision may need (make that, probably will need) to be required of us, rather than invited from us, in response to a dramatic turn in the tide of events with which our world is confronted.

It seems now that it is only a matter of time until our completely unsustainable lifestyle on Earth, our totally self-destructive planetary politics, and our utterly unfair and increasingly anger-producing global economic model places every inhabitant of every country --- not just those who line in so-called Third World nations --- in circumstances so exceedingly uncomfortable that everyone everywhere will be saying enough is enough.

Sooner or later we will all stand up en masse and declare: There has got to be a better way to...