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Do we have a story crisis? Part Eleven Globalisation, Capitalism and Armed Conflicts

Do we have a story crisis? Part Eleven Globalisation, Capitalism and Armed Conflicts

A borderless world? From Colonialism to Transnationalism over the decline of the nation-state. The ecological crisis is the result of an economic model that since the beginning of the industrial revolution has evolved into a new world order whom a small elite dictates via international organizations and global corporations before the state.

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Re-thinking sustainability for the twenty-first century, spirituality; the missing link

Re-thinking sustainability for the twenty-first century, spirituality; the missing link

We are most certainly living in a period of time of the greatest importance for human survival in the twenty-first century. Even for non-environmental interested person words and terms such as global warming, sustainable development and sustainability has become mainstream; sustainability, for example, is today one of the most-used words in the English vocabulary.

Compassion is the most important factor for a sustainable lifestyle

Compassion is the most important factor for a sustainable lifestyle

We live in a challenging time; we cannot survive the next century continue as we have. The years ahead require a fundamental change towards a sustainable lifestyle; it will maybe take 20-30 years before an outcome is seen. Therefore, actions are required and can only be founded upon a spiritual approach whereof compassion is the most central value for a successful sustainable future.

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