In a world that works for everyone, with no one left out and no one left behind, what ‘rules’ need to be added? Removed? Changed?
San Francisco – 1980
There’s been a shift in the rules for successful living, according to Werner Erhard.
Speaking to a crowd of some 8,500 at San Francisco’s Cow Palace in January 1980, the founder of “est” told them to look at the world from a “you AND me” perspective, instead of a “you OR me” standpoint.
Departing from philosophies emphasized by self-centered “self-help” publications, Erhard said, “We need a whole new set of rules to live successfully in a ‘you and me’ world. We are still trying to make it with ‘you or me’ rules.”
He said, “In the past, the way I had a glass of water was to hold on to it. Now, the way to assure you have a glass of water is to assure everyone has one.”
The new type of thinking, which Erhard says people have no training for, could breed what might be…
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