If you look at development, and you look at your ancestors 3,000 generations back, then we started out as hunters and gatherers and nomads, actually. You had to move most of the time to survive.The 10,000 years ago, there was a transformation into agriculture. We became farmers. We settled down. We didn't chase the animals, but we raised the animals. We didn't go to the forest to find fruits, no, we raised the fruits. And that lasted for almost 10,000 years.Then came the idea of industry. The steam engine and all the new technology. We became workers. We got up early and we went to work. The assembly line. And that lasted until 30, 40 years ago.Ten came the information age, the computer age. Everything became automated. The factory floor was depopulated. You didn't need this worker anymore. The machines would do that. So we moved to the desk, sitting with our computer screen and working for that.So that's really a short history of mankind, but it's about to end. It's not a revolution, but it's happening gradually. It's happening 2, 3, 4 percent per year. But gradually we're moving from a piece of the brain to a piece of the heart. To emotions.