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 Each of us is both unique and a microcosm of the Whole: each is a once scientist/​artist/​mystic. Hence, each is equipped both to contribute something of value to the co-creation and to unite and be one with the Whole. Each of us is both unique and a microcosm of the Whole: each is a once scientist/​artist/​mystic. Hence, each is equipped both to contribute something of value to the co-creation and to unite and be one with the Whole.
  
-Today'​s emergent but still sorely divided global society obviously stands in urgent need of a common ethic. a universally acceptable ideal and vision by which to live, one that might effectivily foster unity beyond all differences. I believe wholeness is the very idea which fulfills these strigent reuirements -=- that it constitutes the global ethic par excellence. More than that, the notion of wholeness insistently beckons to us, so to speak, from all sides. And inasmuch as wholeness is neither a dogma nor ideology but a living, dynamic, all-prevasive principle, it can be accepted by everyone. That is to say, whereas creeds and ideologies are inherantly controversial,​ a living principle can never be that; wholeness could not raise objections or offend anyone -- either believers of nonbelievers,​ scientists are mystics, philosophers or artists. Yet,...this principle-process is profoundly sound on scientific, psychological,​ moral, philosophical,​ aesthetic, and spiritual grounds+Today'​s emergent but still sorely divided global society obviously stands in urgent need of a common ethic. a universally acceptable ideal and vision by which to live, one that might effectivily foster unity beyond all differences. I believe wholeness is the very idea which fulfills these strigent reuirements -=- that it constitutes the global ethic par excellence. More than that, the notion of wholeness insistently beckons to us, so to speak, from all sides. And inasmuch as wholeness is neither a dogma nor ideology but a living, dynamic, all-prevasive principle, it can be accepted by everyone. That is to say, whereas creeds and ideologies are inherantly controversial,​ a living principle can never be that; wholeness could not raise objections or offend anyone -- either believers of nonbelievers,​ scientists are mystics, philosophers or artists. Yet,...this principle-process is profoundly sound on scientific, psychological,​ moral, philosophical,​ aesthetic, and spiritual grounds."
  
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