better world

A Quote by unknown on better world, cooperation, and ego


"Who among us is willing to pay the real cost of a right and beautiful world? The real cost is unselfishness; real caring; true cooperation and self-sacrifice-in short, less ego. If we fool ourselves that our ideals, our values, and our visions could work without effective ego-reduction, then ego has the last laugh, because it's pulling the wool over our eyes."


Source: unknown

Contributed by: richard

A Quote by Thomas Eugene (Tom) Robbins on utopia, better world, and twentieth century

This may be said for the last quarter of the twentieth century: the truism that if we want a better world we will have to be better people came to be acknowledged, if not thoroughly understood, by a significantly large minority.

Tom Robbins (1936 -)

Source: Still Life with Woodpecker, Pages: 24

Contributed by: Minja

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