Monday, July 29, 2013

[GMW #2775] Reprioritizing For Humanity & Nature Not For Skyscrapers, Highways Full Of Cars

[GMW #2775] Reprioritizing For Humanity & Nature Not For Skyscrapers, Highways Full Of Cars Idea Dream -Robert Muller's Ideas 3001 to 3500
~ Idea 3168 ~
In a US city of monstrous high-rise buildings and skyscrapers called Bellevue (French origin, the beautiful view) which should be renamed Villainevue (ugly view) I saw foundations for more high-rise buildings.  I was not surprised that most of them were multi-level car parkings.  But ununderstandable to me was the foundation for a museum which according to a huge advertisement was to cost 100 million dollars!

This is another human insanity when one thinks of how many poor people could be housed with such a sum.  It is one more sign of the decadence of the big cities and of the United States which offers such models to the rest of the world.  And to top it all when we drove from Bellevue where we had been invited to advise a new US Foundation dealing with the future in the year 3000, to Anacortes where we had family, we were part of three uninterrupted lines of cars for fifty miles!  How will this look in the year 3000 if humanity still exists in that year?

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Volume II Chapter 3 Of Consciousness
You may love the detail.  But as with a work of art, do not forget the totality, the overall beauty, the synthesis, the harmony, the meaning, the message.

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Life is given to us, we earn it by giving it.
~ Rabindranath Tagore

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