I have two sets of websites and blogs that I normally keep
seperate. My professional knowledge management development
and practices and my spiritual development and practices.
Sometimes I find it difficult to know which blogs to choose.
Maybe I should just combine them.
This is one, today.
Like an increasing number of people in this world, especially
those working with global technologies, I can understand and
experience, in my daily work, a strong sense of Oneness,
interconnectedness and interdependence with all.
I fully respect all religions, spiritual traditions, beliefs and
non-beliefs, and I think Oneness is common to them all.
In fact, if you work with global connectivity, communications,
collaborative workgroups, learning, creating, sharing
and applying knowledge globally, you cannot help but think
this way, naturally.
Recently, in working with UN agencies and their need for better
global knowledge management, I became much more aware of
the 8 United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
From both a global knowledge management perspective, and
from a spiritual perspective, I realised that if we all had a
better perspective and understanding of Oneness on this
planet, it would have a major, and immediate, effect on
achieving these MDGs.
In this new way of thinking there would be an immediate
impact on global ethics.
This would immediately impact world terrorism, general
violence and all forms of crime.
I believe that there would be an immediate impact on
extreme poverty and hunger, primary education, gender
equality, child mortality, maternal health, HIV/AIDS,
and other diseases, environmental sustainability and
global development partnerships.
So I decided I would express these feelings to Ban Ki-moon,
Secretary-General of the United Nations.
Knowledge management has greatly accelerated my sense
and experience of Oneness over the years, so I blog it here.
I have met a few km bloggers that have shared this view with
me also. I would greatly appreciate hearing from anybody else
who shares these views.
If you are interested in my letter to the UN on Oneness, you
can read it on the home page of: