INQUIRIES INTO HUMANITY'S FUTURE
Inquiries into Humanity’s Future
The sense is that the most productive way to do this is to embark on a journey, because a true inquiry is not a destination, the true inquiry is a journey.
Inquiries into Humanity’s Future, Step 2: Permanent Lines
So I’m proposing to offer a simple step-by-step process, three- or four-step process, to formulate a practical journey into how you can develop your permanent line inquiry.
Inquiries into Humanity’s Future, Step 3: What is Your Question?
I think if you can find those important questions – to your life – that you will see them arising in the way you’ve gone on and the places you’ve been, and the things you’ve done. And then there’s the confirmation of that, by the reality that you experience.
Inquiries into Humanity’s Future, Step 4: Stop Situations
Here is number one: the economic stop-situation. And I ask you to consider, what do you believe is the economic stop-situation? And how might this be relevant to the inquiry in the way we framed it?
Inquiries into Humanity’s Future, Step 5: Information and Experience
We live in an era where we can ask our phones or home assistants to fetch us information. We can search quickly online and be inundated with information, data, opinions, and criticisms of every imaginable subject. And while much is gained through this abundance and availability, something is also lost.
Inquiries into Humanity’s Future, Step 6: The Operating System
The problem is, we don’t even have a shared frame of reference anymore. And not only that, we no longer have an information and knowledge landscape that enables you to reason constructively.
Inquiries into Humanity’s Future, Step 7: The Evolutionary Challenge
We are arrested in our development, individually and collectively, because for us to develop means to embrace new levels of consciousness and expand who we are becoming as humans.