. . . the human potential is the same in everyone, in professor or worker, in artist or craftsman, in city dweller or farmer, in mystic or atheist. The human potential is the same in everyone . . .
. . . anyone can liberate him/herself immediately of all possible obstacles. It only requires putting into practice gratitude, humility, trust and softness . . .
. . . be the person you really are and live your dream. There is nothing that provides more power, health and joy than to connect with your life dream and realize who you really are . . .
… connectedness, cooperation and giving are the three primary principles for education and development. At least if we truly desire a peaceful future for all mankind . . .
. . . the greatest gift to our children is an education and an upbringing leading to the global ethical-ecological society. In other words, a child- and human-oriented education that leads to global humanism. As elders and parents, it is our greatest responsibility to create the circumstances which guarantee this development . . .