Transforming Our Life-style

Looked at under the microscope of the universal welfare, the present wasteful life-style of the more affluent nations does not stand the test of "the good life" it once claimed to be. Its continuation will work great hardships on the whole of mankind. Indeed, hasn't it already in the pollution of air and water and in the struggle for oil? Margaret Mead, the cultural anthropologist, challenges us with her assessment: "What we need is a transformed life-style which will be as different from our present wasteful, shortsighted, reckless use of the earth's treasures as the present 20th-century world is from the agrarian world of the past." Quoted in The Christian Science Monitor, April 22, 1974;

How can we—all of us—achieve a universally fulfilling life-style?

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