Society’s Biggest Problem

Every day you can pick up a paper and read about a problem in society. There are millions of them.

In our businesses, there are constant problems that we are facing and having to deal with.

Individually, in our own lives, we too have problems galore.

It seems no matter what you do, or where you look, there is something affecting your wellbeing, happiness or success.

We seem to be at a tipping point, where we, as a human race, are crying out for something that can explain it all and help guide us to come stability, clarity and peace.

So what’s the biggest problem?

The biggest problem is that we are stuck in an old paradigm of understanding our own experience of life. If we only knew what it was and where it was coming from, then we could solve all society’s problems at a stroke. Literally, gone in moments!

So we’ve just got to wait until someone discovers how it works I guess??

Not only has it been realised, the late Sydney Banks had a profound insight into the nature of reality in the 1970s, but there are ripples of his legacy that are profoundly changing the fields of business, community action, mental health, law enforcement, education and relationships.

If anyone; maybe you, maybe someone you know, maybe someone you want to give you a break, wants the answers you seek to any problem or challenge that you or others face, I strongly recommend you start at the core: the very essence and building blocks of your experience of life.

There are several excellent resources I highly recommend:

Three Principles Movies

Tikun (UK hub for Three Principles education)

Three Principles for Human Development (Elsie Spittle)

Three Principles Global Community

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