“But with all this, Jesus was interested only in the individual, not the mass. Jesus was not a sociologist, but he did labor to break down all forms of selfish isolation. He taught pure sympathy, compassion.” [UB 140:8:11]
Thought Adjuster: “If your commission were to save the world at large, how would you best proceed? It would require a lot of wisdom to tackle such a gigantic task with focused energies effectively.
You all know how easy it is to get side-tracked by other intervening factors. Creation and co-creation occur through focused attention. The process begins by the formulation of a worthwhile objective set within the parameters of truth, beauty, and goodness. It then moves to its implementation phase.
How far-reaching was the impactful life of Jesus, one man devoted to revealing to humankind their innate and divinely infused power as co-creators! He 'worked the crowds,' always on the outlook for individuals with whom he could make soul contact through eye contact. After giving it much thought, he grasped that salvation is a personal matter that exerts a snowball effect on society—not the other way around.
Society comes up with laws and regulations to protect the human rights of individuals. Yet many of them are subject to the whims of evolution, which constantly brings up new sustainability issues in its wake.
For instance, the planetary advent of the computer age could turn out to be a blessing or a curse depending on the free-will applications of such a revolutionary innovation. It may throw your world off balance for a while until it regains a sure forward footing.
Once you make up your mind that you want to remedy any personal imbalance areas, yours is to take the necessary steps to ‘save yourself with heaven’s help.’ Salvation starts with mutual free will decisions on the part of the ‘saviors' who live up to their mission statement and of those they comes to rescue—provided they wholeheartedly collaborate in the process. Indeed, resistance is the elephant standing in the way.”