The focus on SUE Speaks has turned to working out what actually could be done to shift from a worldview where self interest prevails to where caring about each other is as important as caring about ourselves. Giles Hutchins was the first podcast guest who addressed this topic.
“If Justin Ran the World,” Summary by Suzanne Taylor, podcast host
If he ran the world, for what we can do now Justin would have everyone be creative and be on a devotional path. If one creative avenue has closed, as there being no work for actor Justin now, take up a new one. Justin has taken up painting. Whatever the medium, people need to produce things that create cultural expansion in ways that are original and uplifting rather than perform safer exercises primarily for commercial gain.
If Giles ran the world education would be key. It would be about opening everyone up to the nature of human beingness from a perspective where we are expressions of nature as the fundamental engagement humanity is in, where love and gratitude and service would be our natural relationship to the cosmos. A very basic element Giles would deliver is to appreciate education from the angle of not what gets stuffed into people but from its derivation, which is to bring forth, and that would be people living from this goodness we are rooted in. Giles would tune everyone — particularly business leaders in his work — into “a longing for the immensity of the sea” as opposed to a passion for playing in materialism. Giles would get media to reflect this perspective and he’d have course material in business schools as well as teacher training at every level of educating, so these ideas would be in play. He’d be looking for how people can journey towards their own inner wholeness, by aiding people to find the appropriate tools to help them touch their true nature, and follow the threads of their destiny towards serving Life by becoming more human.