Dr. Walter Siegmeister: "I worked for twenty-six years to establish nonprofit, humanitarian, idealistic colonies in Central and South America for U.S.A. vegetarians and spiritual seekers. In Panama I found that at a co-operative undertaking there was a general grab for money and land, or fighting about how the money was to be used. I found that humanity today is unfit psychologically for any co-operative undertaking. Consequently today I consistently refuse such involvements, which lead only to trouble, or to form any form of organization."
-- Notebooks Category 16: The Sensitives > Chapter 8: Christian Science, Other Spiritual Movements > # 87