I’ve just finished my second conference call of the day and am awaiting a third. The members of the Nova Earth teams are organizing, planning, building momentum. And I just wanted to share on one topic that the teams have been batting around and forging agreement on and that’s on what Nova Earth means to us … or in this case, to me.
What is Nova Earth? One could say that it’s Fifth-Dimensional society. One could say that’s it’s a life-affirming society. One could say it’s a society that runs on the divine qualities.
But the one way of describing it which resonates most with me, and it may be the same for other members of the team (I can’t speak for them), is that it’s a society that works.
I could say a society that works for everyone but I don’t think I’m willing to aim that high at this moment in time. I think I’m willing to get behind a society that works and aim for it including absolutely everyone just a year or two in the future rather than now.
But as a target to aim for I’m definitely willing to get behind “a world that works.”
Why do I say “a target”? Well, this is our creation. It’s up to us to target for what we want, to aim for something. What we target for is a global creation, and perhaps our first global creation. I’m tossing out the suggestion that it be a world that works but what the world decides on is what it will be.
A world that works is one in which unworkability has been recognized and seen to honestly, fairly and completely.
I think we’re far enough along now that we’re not willing to be derailed any more by cabalists who don’t want to spend money on people but do want to spend money on weapons saying that the provision of universal health care is “socialist.” It’s compassionate. It’s noble. It’s humane. And calling it “socialist” is simply meant to divide and conquer us and conserve the lion’s share of the world’s wealth for an ever-decreasing number.
Seeing that the world has the health care it needs is making the world work, in my opinion.
Similarly, seeing that the homeless have homes and the poor have food, and the elderly have care and the young have a good education is making the world work.
It seems to me that the proper aim of society as society is to see to the needs of its members. What else is there to do in life than that?
And after that to enjoy a life so constituted? And after that to see to the purpose of life, which is to know ourselves at our most basic essence, as the divine beings that we are?
So I’m willing to cut the Gordian knot, the complexity and the confusion and simply say that for me Nova Earth is a world that works.
This world will work when all the unworkable conditions that have tied us in knots and made life a circumstance of suffering are attended to and we are the ones who will do that.
So be thinking about what does not work and then be thinking about how to turn circumstances of unworkability into circumstances of workability. That is what there is to do in life. That is what there is to do next. That is what the world is crying out to see done and what we can and what I hope and believe we will do.