After World War III

Pursuit of wealth and power > World War III > Peoples’ recovery and counter movements > Ineffectiveness of old distraction strategies > World citizenship > Manifestation of the next human evolutionary step

Current ‘Happy Colorful Growth’ painting

1. Thought on art/painting Art can express the inexplicable. That’s  a remarkable potential we have because we still can’t explain the most important things, such as why there are ‘good’ and ‘bad,’ and what to do about it. Limitations in expression are limiting the thinking (yes, also this way round). We feel that there is something, somewhere in us, that holds more answers than we can explain with words. Art/painting is … Continue reading

I’m sorry I just drove by

I’m sorry that I just drove by In my elegant suit and tie Seeing you but ignoring the fact That actually I could act When I looked into your eyes I couldn’t hold the years of lies Must be the age of my daughter Your message I will teach her My main concerns in life Beyond the means to survive I can’t do that anymore If I have to accept … Continue reading

Solving the “everybody’s problem becomes nobody’s responsibility” issue

Predominance of responsibility at the individual level rather than at the societal-level Floridi (2016) is pointedly describing the issue around the distribution respectively diffusion of responsibility as “everybody’s problem becomes nobody’s responsibility” (p. 11). He suggests a framework that is recommitting responsibility for any action of a collective back to the individual by rejecting the concept of faultless responsibility, i.e., even when an individual would lack intention or information regarding … Continue reading

Vision of a World Happy Colorful Growth  (WHCG) Movement

Destructive human behavior and problems on our planet earth come back to the “enslavement traps” of societal control, which are materialist attachment, self-centeredness, distraction from the truth, dependency, mutual exclusive values, and ruthless capitalism. Therefore the WHCG Movement sets out the necessary themes to be addressed locally and globally to realize change for a more peaceful and healthy world. As outlined below, the 3 pillars with the 6 principles can … Continue reading

Human behavior revolution

The jobs that pay enrich the greedy volunteers sacrifice to help the needy World’s common resources exploitation including worldwide transportation Is what is seen as creating added value to the controlling elite, for others untrue This counterintuitive socio-economic system represents the core of the human problem Technology invention isn’t the resolution need to support human behavior revolution

Spiritual (r)evolution

I share the view that societies are running towards an abyss of humanity by blindly accelerate exploitation and destruction of human and natural resources and hindering healing processes required to unify humanity for the realization of economic and social equality, economic sustainability, and peace. But how the hell can an author of such a summary directly add in the second part of the sentence the demand for example for a … Continue reading

Recent ‘Happy Colorful Growth’ Paintings

#66 Nature fights back (Mathias Sager, Oil colour water mixable on wood panel (F12 60.6 cm x 50.0 cm)

I do paint to show my soul that I am listening. I believe the creative process is a key to physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. #66 Nature fights back (Mathias Sager, Oil colour water mixable on wood panel (F12 60.6 cm x 50.0 cm)  

Idiobullycracy

Many still believed that we live in an era in which respect, reason, honesty, and virtue are finally valued over ignorance, craving, and bullying competition. However, this wasn’t / isn’t true and that Trump could win the US presidency is confirming the definitive arrival in the age of idiobullycracy, not only in the USA.

Everything is fine. No need to …

The universe is perfect. No need to think about the meaning of life. Just follow your instincts. We are dependent on the earth, not vice versa. So go get what’s in for you. Everybody wants just the best from their perspective. Everybody gets what she/he deserves. Don’t overthink. We are not human doings, we are human beings. So just be. There is no salvation. We are ruled by evolution’s selection … Continue reading

The ‘Happy Colorful Growth’ Way

Happy Colorful Growth for all: Think about it, create opportunities, and help grow the human revolution movement. I’m devoted to those who want to: Fully live the dream Rock the market of global talent Change the ‘salary man’ lifestyle groove Achieve everything, but foremost inner peace Strengthen a natural spiritual grounding Sense what’s on the other side of fear Seek fearless and honest feedback Harness the power of leadership & learning Apply … Continue reading

Quotes on the ‘Happy Colorful Growth’ way

Quotes on the ‘Happy Colorful Growth’ way. Happy: see it. Colorful: believe it. Growth: act on it!

Affirmation ‘From ambition to purpose’

«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.

I have seen enough. Time to think and act.

I would have difficulties to explain on my deathbed that I  didn’t try my best to (1) base my happiness truly on other values than materialism, (2) consequently foster a co-operative economy and strengthen the Third Sector (civil society), and (3) grow to a spiritually evolved and inter-dependently connected human being.

Question #11: (Year 2050) “Mom, was grandpa a green hero too?”

Questions from the future. What our grandchildren will ask in around the year 2050, on a more and more uninhabitable planet. Son: Mom? Mother: No, my darling; you can’t go outside. Son: I know. [Pause] Of what did grandpa die, and was he a green hero too? Mother: [Parenthetically] Your grandfather worked hard and always wanted to be a hero. Son: I love you, Mom.