Making Dreams Come True and
Working for the World
By Andy Skadberg

Our philosophy could become an entire book on its own, and in a sense it has with the VISION: We ARE Re-creating the World. However, to share more briefly, we can capture some good essences by a few quotes. But, it is necessary to put forward here the Universal Ethic, as espoused by Albert Schweitzer as the foundational principal for all of our work - the Principal is "Reverence for Life". His philosophy aligns perfectly with what I am calling the "Golden Law", more commonly known as the "Golden Rule". I actually now prefer to call it the Golden Way which states "do unto others as you would done unto you". Under the other Universal Law that we have found to be the only logical "truth", that Law being the "Law of One" - one can only deduce that the Golden Law means that whatever you do to any part of this creation, you are doing to the One, which ultimately means that you are doing it to yourSelf (and also to God, Krishna, All That Is, or whatever your personal philosophy may be). Other quotes that guide our work are:

People helping people, while taking care of the Earth.

We're all in this together.

We must save ourSelves, and each other.

"Be the change {love, peace} you want to see in the world" Mahatma Gandhi

"We came here to make our real dreams come true.

"100 percent of human potential is the result of proper education" - John Hagelin

"I do the very best I know how - the very best I can; and mean to keep doing so until the end. If the end brings me out all right, what is said against me won't amount to anything." - Abraham Lincoln


Discovering Your Dreams
How we discover and make our dreams come true is elaborated in the VISION Excelerator. It begins for most, I believe, with asking some questions. Who am I? What am I? What did I come here to do? What is happening? Is the way I am doing things working? Am I happy? Where am I going? What can I do?

Socrates, possibly the greatest, most influential philosopher of all time made his discoveries through asking questions. He also knew about the "Law of One". Another powerful insight from Socrates was that we don't learn, we remember. This means that he knew we were connected to the source of all life, to the infinite mind, to God. And if we can open the channel, then we can gain access to the Truth, and thus be able to manifest that into the world. And the Truth, as we understand it, there is only love.

Finally, in order to access this truth, and become more of who you are, the following prayer is good to invoke.

"Ask and it shall be given unto you."
"Seek and you shall find."
"Knock and it will be opened unto you."

Jesus - Sermon on the mount

More discussion on our philosophy   - Law of One

Our approach, applied to civilization, communities and individuals is based on several guiding principles. To see a summary discussion of these ideas you can follow this link.

The foundational philosophy/ethic of our approaches and work is Reverence for Life as espoused by Albert Schwietzer. We highly recommend people to read his works, especially Philosophy of Civilization, but to see the introduction to this book, follow this link.

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