[x] Entrusted Global Development

Entrusting our global cooperation and development would be the beginning of our global coming together and will begin the next age of human development. Within a system of social trusts we would be able to organize ourselves in a transnational way across borders.  It would allow people to organize themselves beyond their borders, which would allow new avenues of exchange and thought to develop.

Organizing ourselves in a transnational way would allow us to base ourselves on our similarities in which we would become extensions of one another’s aspirations and concerns, which would allow us to develop our human strengths based on our similarities. This would permit us to build upon each other’s capabilities and insights, which would be our coming together on a global level as a human family where we would see each other as extensions of one another and result in maximizing our human creative potential.


7 Responses to “[x] Entrusted Global Development”
  1. Alexander Bernabe says:

    Trading is one of the fundamentals of coming together. Ever since corporations have set up branches across the world, we can see our similar needs. We can see what needs improvements in order to protect ourselves. Trust and money are usually the things that block us from coming together.

  2. Samantha Safir says:

    I completely welcome the idea of global cooperation and development. The problem I see with it is implementation. As a global society we are not fully developed or ready for this transition and cooperation, because we are still too materialistic, competitive and self centered. The Russian model of socialization did not work for the above and other reasons. Although it was successful in many areas such as education, equalizing of social classes and culture, it came with corruption, lack of freedom and poverty. I don’t think that as a global society we are ready for this change. The first step we need to do is to educate and develop ourselves into better human beings as defined in your text.

  3. Ateka Husain says:

    It sounds fascinating. A very positive approach towards similarities of human; if we have some similarities, it could be used to strengthen human roots. We have to understand what we need first and its consequences. In order to do something new, Humans tend to harm something else and we need literate people to understand it.

    Ateka Husain, Pierce College

  4. Jessica Jadali says:

    Again, this all sounds wonderful if humans as a race could come together, put the greater good above all, and better our society in such a way; it would be amazing. Yet, I still do not see society coming together to learn from one another and grow, I think as humans we live such selfish lives that it would be extremely difficult to conform and focus on the greater good.

  5. Jessica Delijani says:

    This is very true an such an ideal idea. Indeed being able to come together globally would be an ideal way of unifying nations, preventing wars, and allowing for ideas of compromise to be passed throughout nations, but the problem is that it is not as easy as it sounds. Many nations don’t and can’t trust each other due to past events or even present situations and trust is the key factor in allowing this to happen successfully.

  6. Jessica Delijani says:

    In addition, another factor that can be a negative outcome of this proposal is the fact that individual cultures might fuse into one. Cultures describe nations and give us an insight into past history. A global unfication could not be the greatest idea because in the process culture might get lost forever.

  7. Catherine Vileisis says:

    This is an extremely interesting idea. It is a new approach towards the many similarities humans have. They could possibly be used to strengthen our human roots. We need to understand however, that we must take one step backwards in order to take two steps forward. When it comes to learning new ideas, we must present it to a group and have them understand that consequences. This way, they can be aware of the risks involved and possibly, the negative side to it .

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