From Utopia to Reality

FROM UTOPIA TO REALITY:  The World According to a WomanSuccess Angel (1)


What up to now has been called “utopia” is, in fact, the authentic inner perception and experience of a woman.  The time has come where the maturity we have reached compels us to manifest what we are in all aspects of our earthly existence.

I am woman.  Within myself I contain and live a world that begs to be brought to life in our every day.  A daily life filled with hope in the future and in ever expanding levels of consciousness, where we may express a natural,  spontaneous human contact between people.  “Humane” goes much farther than the strict rules that continue to control our relationships.  It reaches beyond rules and norms in every way.

I see a world where…

Education is the essential pillar and as such we give priority to the study of the whole human being, stressing the connection with and within Creation and ethical values.  Talents, faculties and aptitudes serve a deepening humanisation that corrects the imbalances created by our imposed power, superficiality, convenience, and focus on short-term.

Medicine evolves around the preservation of health, caring for and maintaining natural equilibrium.  We have overcome the commerce of sickness to assume a conscious responsibility over our bodies, with gratuity and equality for all, as happens also with education.

The organisational and governmental system is ruled by a central organism composed of professional and lay people, in charges that are rotational and independent of vested economic interests, under an electoral system that truly acknowledges the sovereignty of citizens.  We have gone beyond competition towards cooperation.

Justice extends beyond the courts, as shared social value.  The exercise of power and protection of people and the common good through the police, the army, and the judicial system place life above all else.  Laws, rules, norms and processes are written in simple language so that even children can join in the discussions.

There is a ceiling to profit and to excessive luxury, sustained by a sense of natural sufficiency.  All excess, including financial, nourishes a common fund that is administered so that it provides the motor power for change and continuous innovation.  We have transcended unemployment and jails, orienting people towards community service according to their abilities and preferences.

Spirituality has returned to the people in the intimacy that it was conceived, beyond religious organizations, languages, and dogmas imposed in the past.

In a circular economy that imitates the efficient dynamic of natural systems, money has lost its dominant power yielding protagonism to the common good.

Personal and professional lives blend into an experience of individual commitment in serving the community.  Work is seen as a privilege (not as a means of survival) and its profession is an expression of joy and creativity that each one serves for love of life.

The intimacy of the human family and groups acquire importance.  From an ideological brotherhood we come to live the extended family.  We conquer the isolation and intellectual indifference that pretends tolerance and respect, with appreciation and recognition of difference.  We stop imposing rights drily and automatically to recognise the real privilege of simply living.

We recognise physical, emotional, and mental structures that vary in men and women and, within each gender, its style of life and its originality.  We appreciate individual characteristics from an early age, reflecting the particular value of gender sensibility and the expression of each person, without competition or comparisons.

Finally, natural aristocracy and refinement irradiate spontaneously, qualities that have nothing to do with bloodline, social position, or money, but with authentic integrity, harmony, ethics, beauty, transparency and honesty.

Zulma Reyo in collaboration with “Femenino en Manifestación” (Magdalena Segui and Eugenia Cusi)

2 thoughts on “From Utopia to Reality

    1. theinnerwoman

      Thank you Lyn Asmar! Yes, that is always the problem, isn’t it? By the time we implement values, they invariable become tainted. I am writing something about that. It is the greatest frustration for a woman, especially. (Lost in translation!) Stay posted to the next entries. xxx Zzz

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