Planning for the Next Millennium
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 1 Jun 1995, p. 48-56

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Planning for the Next Millennium

Remembering the millennium almost 100 years ago. Differences now in terms of international institutions. Examples of the 32 specialised agencies which deal with many subjects, including the United Nations. What is being done for the next millennium. The human species, now for the first time, knowing its place in the universe. A total inventory of our plan. A review of many of the immense changes which have taken place during the speaker's lifetime. Errors to correct. Still seeking a global heart and a global soul. The religious nature of the conflicts today. The speaker's increased confidence in the human species. Things that will take time: equilibrium of the population explosion and the environmental correction. The need for harmony with our mother earth, between human beings, with the past, with the future. Entering a new evolution.