For a Better Mindful Tomorrow

The worst thing you can do is look back at history and judge and compare people in different historical settings according to today’s global values and interpretations those belief don’t deliver the true reality.

 

 

Nevertheless we must avail our minds to the past to comprehend the total picture and understand earlier philosophies of life, legends, traditions, values, virtues and rituals, to learn from them and accept them.

People who really saw and understood the country are the people who were the nation´s very first inhabitants – the natives – so we need to know, to comprehend, and to listen to their stories regarding how they felt about their land, their necessities, their origins and their causes.  We need to understand why we are what we are today and why we keep dominating and manipulating the majority of people world-wide towards global dependency and global dominance and social inequality – which is, in fact, the worst form of global violence: what we today call globalisation. We want to use the current crisis of global inequality to introduce a whole new approach for battling this inequality

FOR A MINDFUL TOMORROW is about encouraging and guiding a new generation of young entrepreneurs who prove that we all can do this better and differently, re-shaping globalisation and creating equality without demanding ownership, convenience, prestige, image, status quo, and without disobeying nature and perhaps. We need to end the era of growth, dependency and dominance, as this kind of leadership is no longer purpose-oriented and does not serve mankind’s human dignity, nor does it protect our natural habitat.


 

It is time to re-balance globalisation by introducing and cultivating mindful social entrepreneurship to re-establish equality, freedom and justice. At the end of the day, we need to ask ourselves which values have priority.

 

 

Unfortunately, we are quick to understand price, but slow to grasp value. Nevertheless, inequality matters, because it infringes on the values of global citizens. The trouble is not that we cannot adhere to market expectations, but rather comprehending that any and all systems are cultivated by people and therefore have no natural impact. This means that what has been made by people can be changed by people – it is that simple.

Today’s globalisation needs ethical values and moral virtues that emit a sense of bonding and belonging so that people feel integrated, recognised, and ultimately, valued.

It is time to re-balance globalisation by introducing and cultivating mindful social entrepreneurship to re-establish equality, freedom and justice. At the end of the day, we need to ask ourselves which values have priority.

This is a unique project making a solid contribution to the reduction of global inequality in Africa, what we believe is the parallel between the lost era and its purpose for our world today. This is a major concern because it endangers our future and destroys global society. Is this the death of ‘Homo Economicus’?

The Next Mindful Generation® intends to introduce a purpose-oriented social, mindful entrepreneurship for creating equality and social fairness.