The Progressive Utilization Theory (PROUT)
“There is in the living being a thirst for limitlessness. Knowingly or unknowingly humans are indeed running after limitlessness.” Shrii P. R. Sarkar
When discussing the problems confronting today’s world many people share a common vision: economics based on caring and cooperation, ethically based leadership, a sustainable environment, a strong community base. Following the demise of Communism in Europe those of us concerned about society being split into two distinct groups by the reign of capitalism – the haves and have nots – have sought external solutions to a growing social dilemma. To talk of creating a ‘steady-state’ economy makes sense yet this remains an elusive quest as the real source of power for change has not been realized…..