We live in a world that has become integral. The interconnection of all countries and states proves this.
Today, we don’t have to go to war with one another. It is enough to break a country’s connection with another, and it falls. If you ban the import and export of goods, it will not be able to exist. This is the extent to which we are interconnected.
It turns out that we must learn to coexist with one another. Since we are interconnected, we cannot exist in continuous opposition to one another like family members who constantly fight, but live under the same roof. We must do something about it.
This is why we ought to have upbringing for adults. It is not simply upbringing, but the creation of completely different systems of interconnection and communications between nations and between organizations, basically, between everyone. Nature demands that we be integral and enclosed. This is precisely the state our society has to reach.
Today, more than ten thousand scientists are studying integral interactions. We have accumulated a large database that is available to anyone. We have established a connection with many organizations that study this phenomenon. This is not because we simply want to do it, but because the natural process of human development has brought us to this point.
From a Lecture at Šiauliai University, Lithuania, 3/22/12