The Integral Approach Doesn’t Remove Responsibility

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: Does a person in an integral society take responsibility for any offenses?

Answer: Of course, because this society is not completely corrected yet, there are egoists in it, not angels.

A person is judged by his actions and if the deeds are bad, then one must activate a new system in order to correct him.

By recognizing the integral approach, there is an even greater responsibility towards others, and through implementation and observation, one feels that he gains morally and maybe even materially. But it is a duty!

I would like to say only one thing: One must constantly find the correct combination between the introduction of new laws and education, raising awareness. We constantly need to examine to what extent people become more conscious of their mutual dependence, the mutual connection to completeness, and how to use the systems effectively so that they will give more seriousness to this. One needs to use more serious educational systems but without pressure.
From KabTV’s “Professional Secrets” 2/7/13  

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