Can and Should “My World” become “Our World? (Day 3)

There was a time when most people’s practical awareness of life and the world around them was limited to the people and events that occurred within the area or region in which they resided. The geographical borders of their “world” often did not extend beyond more than a day or so walk, and for some it was even less. Today, such borders are essentially non-existent. Events that occur in one country or continent can now almost immediately affect people and events in every time zone. The ramifications of these changes are myriad and while there have been countless positive results, there have been equally negative ones as well. This paper will look how such changes have influenced what it means to be a spiritual citizen of the world today.

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Ramdas Lamb
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