"The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do" - Steve Jobs

When posed with the question, ‘How many of you feel the urge to change our world?’, the response is unanimous—almost everyone raises their hand.
Similarly, when asked, ‘Who would actively engage in these changes given the opportunity?’ the response remains overwhelmingly positive.

The shared need for change is evident. Nearly everyone grapples with challenges in various facets of their lives: family relationships, financial stability, health, professional fulfillment, and personal contentment.

However, how many individuals are truly prepared to take meaningful steps in this direction? How many believe that fostering order and well-being in these crucial life domains relies on their own willpower, thoughts, feelings, and actions rather than chance occurrences?

Subsequently, questions arise: “How much time and effort will this demand? What about the financial aspect? What difference can I, a mere individual, truly make? Just look at the  actions of those around us—politicians, corrupt officials, and bureaucrats… It appears that their personal agendas reign supreme, and concern for the individual is minimal, if existent at all. This prompts the inclination to prioritize personal needs over collective progress.”

In essence, the landscape is no longer straightforward. Most individuals are not inclined to proactively improve the situation. ‘Perhaps,’ they reason, ‘if there were monetary compensation involved, I might reconsider the significance of this cause.’ Consequently, activities such as scrolling through YouTube, lamenting injustices in the world, and idling in front of the television with a beer and a cigarette seem more appealing.

However, firmly believing that the CTW Initiative provides effective measures to enhance the world.

Here are several unanswered questions, as it might be more beneficial for each individual to seek answers to these inquiries independently, possibly in a logical sequence:

  • Initially, a person enters this world with an inherent character, shaped by the presence of the soul. This is more of a rhetorical statement than a query.

  • Why does an individual arrive in this world? Is it preferable to evade suffering altogether? Alternatively, do you still hold onto the notion that existence is a random, purposeless process? Your perspective is valid.

  • When and how does a person’s worldview take shape upon entering this ‘cheerful’ world?

  • What duration does an individual dedicate to forming this worldview?

  • Who consistently and professionally contributes to shaping people’s worldviews?

  • How long does one spend within the education system, and what knowledge is acquired there?

  • Does this acquired knowledge contribute to an individual’s happiness in life? What does this knowledge specifically encompass?

  • Which knowledge holds utmost importance for an individual’s happiness in life?

  • How can we ensure that the knowledge acquired by both young individuals and adults revolves around crucial aspects and aids individuals in navigating a world teeming with challenges and unanswerable questions?

All these crucial matters fall under the purview of the CTW Initiative, short for Change The World Initiative.

Education stands as the sole effective pathway through which individuals can enhance their own lives while simultaneously contributing to the betterment of our world.

"The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.", said Steve Jobs hopefully about us.

"Precisely for that purpose a person comes into this world."- Rost Zemlinsky

The Global Economy Faces Similar Challenges and Trends

Numerous global leaders express dissatisfaction with the status quo, recognizing the inherent meaninglessness and, at times, the detrimental impact of our economic endeavors on Earth. In response, efforts are made to regain control over the relentless pace of material and technological progress hurtling forward without restraint.

Enter a new paradigm: Impact Investing. This approach underscores the need for more than just commercial gain; it emphasizes a socially significant effect—a qualitative enhancement in the lives of people on this planet. Its core focal points revolve around Ecology, Health, the eradication of extreme and entrenched Poverty, and Education.

Let us collectively ponder over this: “The Qualitative Improvement of Human Life on Earth.” Ultimately, it’s about fostering human happiness in life, isn’t it?

An increasing number of individuals worldwide are recognizing that the pathway to survival in a civilization facing stagnation lies in fostering progress through a social economy. This economy thrives upon ethical, philosophical, moral, psychological, and methodological foundations.

After three hundred years of trials and errors, we’ve come to the realization that the moral foundation is pivotal for material success, not the other way around. Regrettably, this simple principle remains elusive to many even now, and unfortunately, the education system falls short in adequately promoting this fundamental idea.

Presently, there’s a shift in the economic and investment landscape, transitioning from a ‘for-profit-only’ approach to a ‘social economy.’ This change in trend was notably highlighted by David Cameron back in 2013.

However, as we move towards this socially-oriented direction, personal material interests seem to diminish. Consequently, the lack of individual drive to achieve substantial results impedes dynamic progress within this movement.

Unlike endeavors like colonizing Mars, there isn’t a comparable level of aspiration driving this socially-oriented shift.

Significant progress seems unattainable as long as leaders, scientists, the elite, and even the majority of ordinary individuals remain guided by materialistic philosophies. Our overemphasis on technical progress and technologies, while considering the evolutionary path as the sole trajectory of our development, continues to dominate. Within this paradigm, the economy, state, and power take precedence, relegating people to the status of mere resources and consumers.

Consequently, the social impact remains sidelined, and meaningful happiness for individuals remains elusive in this world.

Our relentless pursuit has brought us to a juncture where an ambitious idea emerges—to colonize space and abandon this planet before it’s too late. Bravo, fellow materialists! A shift in our thought evolution: packing our bags, bidding farewell to Earth, as if we couldn’t cultivate happiness here. Now, it appears, it’s time to seek it on other planets.

Goodbye, Earth, we depart, chasing new birth,
Flying to other lands, seeking elusive happiness, on this celestial girth.

Now, the crucial query arises: when and how does this materialistic worldview infiltrate the human mind? When do the ideas akin to those of ‘Karl Marx’ embed themselves, and for what purpose? Undoubtedly, such notions aren’t innate; they are learned.

The entirety of our educational system instills these beliefs!

If we earnestly aspire to alter this circumstance, a paradigm shift in education is imperative. This is precisely what we aim to achieve within the CTW-Initiative.

Our CTW-Ecosystem is designed to forge an unparalleled community, uniting millions of individuals dedicated to bettering our world and mobilizing billions of dollars for this cause.

In communities of millions, any enterprise thrives, especially when it belongs to community itself.

Imagine if, instead of funding futile missions to Mars and manufacturing more lethal weaponry, we directed our resources towards demanding and financing educational transformation.

Imagine if we focused on improving learning conditions rather than constructing new hadron colliders. Imagine if, rather than investing in additional aircraft carriers and nuclear submarines, we erected international educational hubs for the youth worldwide.

People of this Earth, it's our sacred decree,
To uplift and improve it
for the sake of you and me!

On the Development of Free Human Philosophical Thought

The history of philosophical thought, liberated from the Creator, is being analyzed. The logical progression and outcome result in our modern civilization. More details on the Laws of Spiritual Dynamics and attempt to construct a ‘Society of the Future’.

CTW-Initiative’s Genesis.
A Miraculous Tale Of Inspiration.

The genesis of the CTW-Initiative began with a pivotal moment—an insightful realization that ignited transformative vision. Over three decades of deep exploration into life’s mysteries led to understand the potential of humanity’s intellect, soul, and spirit in effecting global change.

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