A further goal would be to apply our continually more accurate understanding of reality to the betterment of humankind. This is based upon the idea that the greater the amount of truth that one assimilates, the greater the potential for achieving higher states of consciousness, which in turn results in a greater ability to feel love and respect for humanity as well as all other life forms. Every question which can be formulated requires an answer, and this therefore provides an open-ended, long-term goal and direction for humankind. This in fact would guarantee the survival of the organization without limit, because in all probability it would never outgrow the need for its work, inasmuch as our perception of reality will continue to change over time. The quest provides the ultimate road map for humankind's continued survival because it can never be outmoded.
(3)...The short-term effects would be more rapid progress in all directions including the scientific, social, economic and spiritual, somewhat like the "space race" accomplished relative to the stimulation and proliferation of new high-tech industry and other scientific achievements. The long-term effect would be to provide a way to completely restructure human purpose and change the direction in which humankind is evolving to a more positive one. It would accelerate the rate of truth discovery since it would become a concerted world-wide group effort.
(4)...The society would have the capacity to continually refocus itself since its secondary goals could be modified. It would be capable of adjusting itself to any type of existence required by a changing environment, whether physical, political, spiritual or other. The recognition of evolving intelligence and consciousness, along with the active pursuit of enhancement for both, will allow the organization to move ahead faster than all others in the direction of achieving its goals. Intelligence will always prevail over ignorance. Those groups or societies which are the most creative in their search for solutions to problems will be the ones most likely to remain intact. The creative process would be maximized by the operation of the organization.
(5)...Once the organization became operational, its survival would be guaranteed because all of the necessary ingredients are now in existence. Its rate of growth would be a function of both need and the evolutionary rate at which self-actualizing individuals appear. The process of natural selection would ensure its survival long past that of all other organizations.
(6)...The best of human behavior would be stimulated, promoting the highest possible moral and ethical standards such as would have universal application to all cultures. The organization would also provide a way for self-actualizing individuals, or any others, to fulfill any inner meta-need they might have for the giving of themselves to the most noble of causes in the service of others. To many individuals it would bring the greatest happiness and serenity, and this one fact alone would provide fuel for its continued success. The avid pursuit of truth may be one of the ingredients or prerequisites necessary for the type of peak experience that results in a new level of understanding. A peak experience in turn produces the desire to gain more knowledge and understanding of reality. This sets up a positive cycle with peak experience and new aspiration each potentiating the other.