Into the Dynamic Locus of Sustainable, and Impactful, Innovation
Posted by Plish on October 12, 2012
“Let us establish ourselves in the divine milieu. There we shall find ourselves where the soul is most deep and where matter is most dense. There we shall discover, where all its beauties flow together, the ultra-vital, the ultra-sensitive, the ultra-active point of the universe. And, at the same time, we shall feel the plenitude of our powers of action and adoration effortlessly ordered within our deepest selves.”
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin,The Divine Milieu
This is the place from which to create; the font of beauty, understanding. To experience the world from this perspective is to be swept up the in the creative making of the New. This is from whence enduring change is born, where innovative design does not harm people or planet. It is that place and disposition that encourages and makes possible, the infinite possibilities of the human spirit.
How is, or how can, this quest be fostered in educational, corporate, social, political and religious structures of the world? In short, how can this orientation towards self, and all, be fostered in day-to-day living for people of all walks of life?
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