Fall | Winter 2001


  • Reconciling Economics and Spirituality by Alfredo Sfeir-Younis
  • The Whole World Needs the Whole World by Abdul Aziz Said
  • Globalization and Terrorism | Challenges for Religions by Chung OK Lee
  • Globalization of Spirit by Nancy Roof
  • Building the Beloved Community  by Patricia Mische
  • Interview | Irene van Lippe-Biesterfeld, Princess of the Netherlands

Note: This issue sold as a set with Spring | Summer 2001 and Fall | Winter 2002.

Globalization: Reconciling Economics and Spirituality


The general public embraces two extreme notions of globalization. One, that right now it is an inevitable phenomenon - an uncontrolled process that no one can influence, the other that we indeed can change the direction of globalization. There are many possibilities in between.

The Whole World Needs the Whole World


September 11, 2001 is more than a tragic event of death and destruction. It is an advent of transformation into a new consciousness. We are at the conjunction of two perspectives. One is the emotional perspective, the perspective that all was peaceful and well. "Why did this tragedy happen? Our peace has been shattered."