“A new type of thinking is essential if mankind is to survive and move toward higher levels… » ~Albert Einstein, N.Y. Times, 1946
Over the course of the last hundred years, modern Western scientists have given us a deeper view of the Universe, of Life & Nature as a creative and unified self-organizing process.
Galaxies and hurricanes spinning, continents moving, societies changing, children growing, rivers flowing, artists creating, friendships forming, flowers unfolding. This is how Nature evolves, grows and changes. Every « thing » that exists in our Universe is actually a dynamic complex system interdependently connected to other systems, that’s constantly moving and changing, less a static « thing » than an evolving and transforming creative process.
Similar views of Nature’s Paradigm have arisen in other cultures and ages. Almost two thousand years ago, the Roman philosopher Cicero, spoke of the Universe as a unified field of interdependent relationships, writing « »Omnia vivunt, omnia inter se conexa » that « Everything…
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