Peace Is Our Natural State with Robert Muller

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"We are in the kindergarten of the global age," says Robert Muller, Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations for forty years. "Humanity, for the first time, is acquiring a global consciousness." He presents an energetic picture of how we can encourage this process, speaking from his deeply involved and caring perspective on politics, education, media and life. "One has to be hopeful," says Muller. "We have no right to give up." He gives strong historical background for his optimism for humanity, and the larger picture of global realities and possibilities takes on new hues as we listen to his insights. (hosted by Michael Toms)

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Candidate for Secretary General of the U.N. In 1996, Robert Muller is chancellor of the University for Peace in Costa Rica.

He has authored many books including:

  • Most of All, They Taught Me Happiness and Birth of a Global Civilization (WHC 1991)

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • Entering the new phase of human evolution
  • How to put a "floating unemployed saint" to work for you
  • How media and schools could help global consciousness
  • Why world problems aren't as bad as they seem
  • The spiritual influence of Dag Hammarskjold and U Thant
  • The dynamics of the North-South hemispheric split
  • The lack of laughter in the U.S.
  • Reasons for hope at the turning of the millennium
  • Why Muller whistles half of the day
  • A proposal for a "United Religions" like the United Nations
  • Muller's "Dream 2000"
Host: Michael Toms        Interview Date: 6/27/1996        Program Number: 2577