This issue will become more central as we increasingly witness many of the material structures around us dissipating into a transparent fiction: our financial systems, our job securities, pensions, educational systems, etc. It is becoming increasingly difficult to believe that these structures will continue to provide for our needs. As our rafts search for land, our paddles are being taken away from us. So when we eventually find fertile land it will be from our own efforts -- and the cultivation that much more rewarding. As personal circumstances become more affected by the changes occurring in the world it will become necessary that people "wake-up" to new responsibilities and decisions. After all, the upcoming years will be different from what has gone before. And as these physical changes begin to impact and encroach upon each person's well-being, new voices will be rising and asking for assistance.
This is an extract from an important piece - it is the context for my book on the Fractal History for Mankind - I see us on a path of development of consciousness - just as each of us change our world view as individuals.
When in the Gospel, Jesus says "consider the birds how they reap not or sow" he is not saying don't make a living - he is saying that the material world is not the most important world. We have made it everything. And now we see that it is not. The huge and majestic institutions are crumbling. We find that we own nothing, not even the house we live in. We have no ability to feed ourselves. To educate our kids. To heat our homes or to heal our bodies.
We are living at a time when we have to learn how to do real in the real world not a chimera in a game.