Can Global Oneness be attained?Yes, I believeit can, but then, it will require a powerful collective spiritual driving force. We must take into and consider that there are many religions, each with its own philosophy and even more variant philosophies, each professing to be the ultimate. For ages these philosophies and religions have been, perhaps unintentionally, the underlying causes of war, destruction and inhumanity. Long before the sacred texts of the Masters became known to mankind, the people of the earth already worshipped the forces of nature. They had a deep respect for the seasons changing and a great understanding of nature’s forces. They knew the hidden powers of the human mind and learned to use these within the human psyche. This very spiritual way of life has often been referred to as being pagan, primal or tribal. It very often appeared to be in conflict with the world’s nowadays religions; yet it has positively asserted the strength of ordinary people to take control of their destiny. One will find this way of life all over the world and the wisdom that comes from it should no longer be ignored. It is time for mankind to get in touch with the wisdom that it has forgotten; to understand the power of the earth and all that is within it. The seasons follow a cycle and so does the life of man. No wonder it is said that whatever you do to the earth, you also do to your children. The earth is as much part of spirit as spirit is of mankind, and unless this is acknowledged and deeply understood, mankind is on a path of destruction. Something needs to be established to circumvent this. Within this world of greed, politics, and exaggerated self-importance, most ordinary people are unable to find a centre that promotes a manner of living which enhances and brings into light the real spirit of being, one with all, with nature and all that is part of it. Establishing such centres on every continent, Country or region of a Country will not only be to the benefit of mankind, but also planet earth. We have the responsibility to care.