AS WE HAVE SEEN IN PART ONE, in the present critical phase of the macroshift new ways of thinking and acting are urgently required. We need new values, more up-to-date beliefs, better insight into current trends and possibilities, and a deeper sense of personal and professional responsibility. As a broader spectrum of the population embraces this new mindset, personal creativity will encourage civic and institutional reform. In a basically democratic world, the way to navigate a macroshift is not by top-down decision making but by bottom-up initiative and grassroots support.
In Part Two we consider the values, beliefs, and ethics that ...