Creating A Sacred Future tackles the issues of planetary crises commonly expressed by people, whether they live in a large metropolis in a prosperous Western nation or a small rural village in a poverty-stricken area of the globe. Whether the issue is the increasing number of natural disasters, disparities between rich and poor, or failure of governance to solve problems, the author delves into the revival of the ancient worldviews that focused on the sacredness of everything human beings pursue.
In returning to this traditional worldview, and extracting its beneficial elements, the world and its unique cultures can readily reshape the planet through conscious, decentralized efforts. These must infuse all members of each culture with a renewed sense that they are indeed sacred individuals who possess a sacred responsibility to each and every thought and act to maintain inner and outer balance, harmony, and unity. Through such an interconnected cultural philosophy, implemented within each unique cultural definition, plus a globally-agreed upon general philosophy of sacredness, all problems can be approached and solved in order to create a sacred future.