Question: Is the development of the so-called good life for the unemployed the purpose of the course on integral upbringing?
Answer: In general, we want to create a good life for everyone.
We want to do it in such a way that people left without jobs (let’s say, one billion people) would have something to do. We want to distribute the work among all the people according to their skills so that everyone works two to three hours a day and feels obliged and able to give to society. But the rest of the time people would stay in the system of integral education and upbringing.
From a “Talk on Integral Upbringing” #12, 12/16/11