The dilemma of
choice, by the Master –
depends on decisions made by powerful men in the developed world, who are beginning to consider the needs of the
The end of
conflict, by the Master –
present state of conflict will be replaced by peace.
A hard lesson, by the Master –
Genocide in the Balkans has taught the
folly of appeasement toward brutal adventurers.
forms in the New Age, by the Master –
three major forms, democracy, communism and fascism will reflect aspects of God, as they were intended to do.
the 21st century, by Monte Leach
An interview with former US Assistant Secretary of State Harlan Cleveland about what types of
conflicts are most likely to occur in the years ahead, and what can be done to prevent them.
building a common future
The United Nations Commission on Human Rights commits to preventing
human rights abuses and to bringing abusers to justice.
Declaration of Human Rights, by Rick Roark
A look at the history, meaning and relevance of this historic document, now 50 years old, and its
foundation - the principle of sharing.
An idea that can bring us together,
Interview with Howard Zinn
by Jason Francis
In an interview, author, historian, professor and playwright Howard Zinn discusses the need to promote cooperation, mutual understanding and sharing in solving the world's problems.
The true soul of the United Nations, by Carmen Font
An interview with Professor Frederico Mayor Zaragoza, a former director of UNESCO, and the founder of The Foundation for the Culture of Peace as well as The World Forum of Civil Society Networks. He answers questions about peace as a proactive energy, and the potential of the UN in securing the future of the world.
The future role
of the United Nations, by Bette Stockbauer
the UN will help implement the idea of sharing.
my life for democracy, by Karin Schmidl and
An interview with China's most
prominent democratic activist, covering human rights, political diversity, and the spirituality which sustains this
Politics, a book review, by McNair Ezzard
The Ageless Wisdom teachings form the
basis for analysis of world political and economic problems.
The need for
trust, by the Master –
emerging from darkness as leaders begin to trust.
momentous choice, by the Master –
must choose whether to continue with self-destruction or to take up a simpler way of living, based on sharing,
justice and love.
The impact of social injustice, interview with Jan Pronk, by Eva Beaujon
Prominent European politician and United Nations official Jan Pronk analyzes the destructive effects of globalization as it has spread competitive capitalization throughout the world.
The world today
is one, by the Master –
The collapse of
Asian markets has demonstrated world interdependence.
change, by the Master –
suffer in silence now, but Maitreya will show them that together they can demand the justice and freedom which is