New Life #337 – The Leaders Of Revolutions, Then And Today

New Life #337 –  The Leaders of the Revolutions, Then and Today
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Nitzah Mazoz


What will characterize revolutions in the 21st century, in what ways are today’s revolution special, and who will initiate the next revolution?

Man changes society from time to time to feel that life is better. This is our nature.

Everything new is born from a previous state. Sometimes it is accompanied by conflicts. Nature awakens a need for change in us and invites us to take a part in the process of advancement. The revolution will have one leader with a group surrounding him, and surrounding them additional circles.

The next revolution will be special. Before changing society, we must change ourselves. It will be a revolution in education, which will include a general, social explanation process that will be comprehensive and go deeply into the society.

The leaders of the new revolution will be educators. The next revolution will be an internal one, from within the individual. There will be an understanding that there is no one to blame except for human nature, the ego. Inside each one of us there is an animal that is only concerned for itself and crushes everyone in its way. The next revolutionary will be an educator, a mentor. He won’t deflect others, won’t awaken rebellion or aggression.
From KabTV’s “New Life #337 –  Leaders of the Revolutions, Then and Today,” 4/3/14

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