Davos Notebook

WEF founder Klaus Schwab on the “new realities”

January 25, 2011

The theme of this year’s Davos meeting — ‘Shared Norms for the New Reality’ — has led to much debate about what this actually means.

In the video clip below, World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab tells Reuters Insider TV what these “new realities” are and says that the last ten years have seen a complete change in the global geopolitical structure and he hopes we are now living in a ”post-crisis” era.

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The only way we can get to a post-crisis era is by educating ourselves about the new global reality and how our thoughts have the power to change the world.

Women have a very special place in this process. Our current situation is simply due to the fact that we have never tried to awaken all our strength to love the world. This global awakening must come from the woman. We are the force holding the world together, continuing the world – giving birth to a new world every single day. The force of birth is the force of love, and the enduring force in the world is love. So it is most appropriate that the women of the world begin fixing the world by showing how through love, we can raise everything to the level of eternity and perfection.

A new global world is shaping before our eyes, a reality in which humanity and nature are all interdependent. We need to study the global laws of nature to get along in this new world.

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