There is a great Master Plan for the world, and it’s not to create a new world out of an old world. The Master Plan rests on one’s agreement to adopt a totally new modus operandi from the Standpoint of Principle, Source, Self, and then see the idea called ‘world’ in your field of recognition so that it may bear a corresponding identity in this time-space continuum.
The only hope for any government is that every leader shall realize that he or she is the Light of prudence, bearing probity and an overview garmented in wisdom. The world is a divine Idea and cannot be correpted by those who suppose they are in control of it.
– Kenneth G. Mills, The Candy Maker’s Son, p. 641