Sharing ... A Global Understanding
Our heroic destiny is to persuade everyone that the act of sharing will engender the trust they seek. To show that sharing is no longer an option, a choice, but the inevitable consequence of our realization that humanity is One.
What is required is a reassessment of who and what we are in our relationship to each other. The first step we have to take to address these problems is to see ourselves as one, brothers and sisters of one humanity. We have to get that sense of globality, that we are one people, one group – and therefore the food, raw materials, energy, scientific know-how and educational facilities of the world belong to everyone. These resources are given so that all people may evolve, which underlies our evolutionary process. As a result, we must share these resources more equitably.
When we share, we will create justice in the world, and when we create justice, and only then, will we have peace.
Through sharing people will come to know the meaning of love. Without sharing there can be no future for people, for the time has come to manifest love – or die.
Sharing provides the answer to all people’s problems and a sure entry into the future. Through sharing, peace will prevail. Through sharing, justice will be won. Through sharing and co-operation, brotherhood and sisterhood will flourish, and a new and glorious future open for humans.
If we would evolve, develop as a race, we must realize our oneness, realize that we are brothers and sisters of one family, under the one Divine Source, and identical with that Source. What happens in a normal family? They share whatever they have. A mother will not feed one child better than another, give one child 17 per cent and another 83 per cent of the food.
We have to realize that we are one family, and therefore must share the resources of the world more equitably around the world.
This would lead to a reduction of tension and of incalculable human suffering.
It would also bring about a revitalization of the life and of the economies of the already developed nations.
The life-blood of the planet must circulate.
The stagnant economies of the richer nations can only be galvanized into motion through the recognition that the poorer nations, too, have a right to live and to enjoy a reasonable standard of life.
Only sharing can make this so.
Daily, the evidence mounts to show people that the world is One, that humanity is an organism whose well-being depends on the health of every part, and that to ignore the signs of danger and of disease is no longer possible or wise.
Many now see this and call for justice but only the cry of awakened humanity will suffice to shift the Powers from their positions of greed.