«From amition to purpose.»
Generally, if results are not achieved, it is often not because of missing tools (the wrong «how to»), but because of the wrong purpose and motivation (the wrong «why»). Human beings are most willing to open their mind in a more selfless attitude, if fears of external pressure or desire for reward are overcome by faith and intrinsic motivation.
Stimulations such as the question whether we really cannot do more for a better world are increasing our consciousness of responsibilities and possibilities. I foster on all levels of society an effective and efficient access to thoughts and experiences of highest universal (non-dogmatic) spiritual value to everyone in an independent way. I promote a realistic reverse of over-attachment to materialism and the assumption of a higher purpose in a professional, transparent, and open manner. I realize my natural openness and loving kindness for personal freedom, happiness, and motivation.
Any useful non-discriminating idea, way of thinking, or source of feeling/intuition may be experimented with or practiced over time. Ultimately, an individual deeper understanding of the human nature and its relation to the universe informs the goal of the adaption of a steadily satisfying inspired, co-operative, caring, and sustainable attitude towards all life and life situations.
The following are opportunities to apply such a thinking:
Philosophies and life styles (Potential: SPIRITUALITY DEVELOPMENT)
- History & traditions and modern society & advanced infrastructure
- (Non-)beliefs and eastern & western philosophies and religions
Economy (Potential: HUMANIZATION OF ECONOMY)
- Employment conditions and entrepreneurship (self-employment)
- Economic challenges and the cooperative movement
- International investments and relations, incl. tourism
Demographics (Potential: COMMUNITY SUPPORT)
- Aging population and next generations
- Domestic life and diversity & inclusiveness
- Local culture and multi-cultural exchange
Environment (Potential: SUSTAINABILITY AND HEALTH)
- Urbanization and rural life
- Pollution (e.g., radiation and plastic waste) and nature preservation
- Conventional, biological and organic food