Dr. Don Beck


“Einstein said that the problems we have created cannot be solved with the same thinking that created them. And this is the hope that we have: that in the very dangerous and precarious global situations that we are in today, we could prepare the breeding ground and the fertile soil and the habitats to generate what the next models of existence will be. We have reached that stage where our successes and our failures have produced problems that we simply cannot solve, in the old Einsteinian sense, at the same level that they were created. Now is the time to begin once again, as Clare W. Graves would say, this never-ending quest of ours.”
~ Dr. Don Beck

Read more from Dr. Beck’s collection of essays:

The Search for Cohesion in the Age of Fragmentation

Stages of Social Development

Bipartisan vs. Transpartisan

Red Nation vs. Blue Nation

Sustainable Cultures, Sustainable Planet

The Global Great Divide

Human Capacities in the Integral Age

Independence Day Plus One

The Day the Earth Stood Still

  Windmills, Tulips, and Fundamentalism: The Netherlands in Crisis 

  A Spiral View of Terrorism