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   Fritjof Capra wrote in his The Tao of Physics 25th Anniversary Edition

   Epilogue .... "I believe that the world view implied by modern physics is

   inconsistent with our present society, which does NOT reflect the 

   HARMONIOUS INTERRELATEDNESS we observe in nature. To achieve

   such a state of DYNAMIC BALANCE, a radically different SOCIAL and

   ECONOMIC STRUCTURE will be needed: a cultural revolution in the 

   true sense of the word. The survival of our whole civilisation may 

   depend on whether we can bring about such change.

   IT WILL DEPEND ultimately on our ability to adopt some of the 

   YIN  attitudes of EASTERN mysticism to experience the wholeness

   of nature and the ART of LIVING with [IT] in4D HARMONY."

   As a wise man once said: "All for ourselves and nothing for other

   people seems, in every age of the world, to have been the vile

   maxim of the masters of mankind."


   That was Adam Smith in the Wealth of Nations, NOT Karl Marx.


   [IT] IS indefatigably and indisputably the case - as ME•WE start THIS YEAR

   in which I shall reach my 73rd BIRTHDAY - that from the perspective of my

   own three score year and ten's worth of experience of ALL that IS Spaceship

   Earth, [IT] will be 2019 that will mark the beginning of the cultural revolution

   which IS in[DEED] desperately needed to establish a radically different globally

   significant SOCIAL and ECONOMIC STRUCTURE, commensurate with the

   AXIOMS which Colin Mason so poignantly proposed in his epic work ...



       Axiom 1 


      Useful change is likely to come only if it can provide

      as, equal, obvious and general a benefit as possible

       Axiom 2

      If proposed solutions don't take the lowest common denominators
      of human nature reallistically into account, they will not work


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