I often ask myself, "What would you like to become, say in five or ten years from today? What, deep down, do you think you can accomplish?" Then I think of myself in that already accomplished position, and act accordingly. In the same way, I believe, we can find the answers for many of civilization's problems. The wider the reference frame, the more integrated the understanding among men, the more common accepted values and interests become, the less friction we shall have. On the economic level, the wider the distribution, the greater the ability to create new values and new distribution systems, the more quickly will living standards throughout the world be raised. Indeed, it is possible for us to create an ever-expanding world economy.