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strategies in question with their demonstrative value. That will certainly not happen automatically. I have my own definition: spirituality is the experience of and/or the communication with the sacred, the supernatural or the divine. Variants of this rule can be found in other great religions as well as in ethical approaches that are purely secular. But the entire natural world produces a sensation of awe and mystery as well as one of intense beauty and peace. In his recent book, The Lexus and the Olive Tree, he dramatizes the conflict of "the Lexus and the olive tree" - the tension between the globalization system and ancient forces of culture, geography, tradition, and community. The golden rule was widespread throughout ancient ethics and religions. At the Overseas Development Council, we define civil society broadly to encompass not only development and advocacy groups, but also corporations, financial institutions, think tanks, foundations, and a range of other groups that are not part of government. Finally, there is a need for high-level political discussions among leaders from the old industrial countries, the emerging economies, and the countries that risk marginalization by globalization. On the contrary, globalization holds the potential of better understanding through contact and dialogue.
Migration and Globalization: The Silk Road
"One nation under God" is the official motto. Does it really involve spiritual impoverishment and moral decay? Hence, it is difficult to see how globalization would influence them one way or another. Friedman, The Lexus and the Olive Tree: Understanding Globalization, 1999. Are both maxims not very similar? In previous eras this sort of cultural homogenization happened on a regional scale - the Hellenization of the Near East and the Mediterranean world under the Greeks, the Turkification of Central Asia, North Africa, Europe and the Middle East by the Ottomans, or the Russification. A decade ago, the Canadian writer Robertson Daviesiiii made an appeal for "sensible religious and ethical instruction". In earlier times our world-system was parochial: local or regional. A run on the dollar on Wall Street has repercussions in Tokyo and in Paris.