The big changes always start with a new idea. At first you will think this idea too fragile, too dreamy, but what it changes is the very core of the thing changed.
Thus, the idea that the majority of people was more important than nobility created the French Revolution. Other close examples are to be found in scientific theories, in the passing of civilizations, and so on.
Socialism didn’t work, and neither did capitalism. The ideas we have now couldn’t and can’t make a new better world. What anyone who thinks should be doing today is trying to have new ideas.
[from an old old notebook — 1998]