The Bavarians at times use nasty sayings when speaking about the people in their north-easternmost administrative district. Upper Franconia, and especially its areas north of the Main river, were a fringe area of West Germany at the time of the Iron Curtain. The intellectual and economic life of the republic essentially took place elsewhere. The area has not yet recovered from this. Young people being open-minded are prone to migrate.
So can an idea like the basic inheritance, which has the potential to change the world sustainably, even flourish in this province? Where, as it seems, every person who is sensible somehow manages to get away? In a place where every council meeting is fatally reminiscent of Schilda?
We don't know for sure whether the idea can ultimately develop here, but doesn't everyone have to start where they are? With the means he/she has? And shouldn't the remedy be developed where the disease is evident? Together with those for whom it is intended?
We console ourselves: if the Earth is actually round, then its surface has no real centre. For the Earth, all places are equidistant from their centre. For Earth, there is no hinterland and no foreland and also no remote areas. It is the mind and the consciousness that each determine the centre of the world. So it's up to us.