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Shifting Paradigms: Aligning with the Wisdom of Nature

“See simplicity in the complicated, Seek greatness in small things. In the Universe, the difficult things are done as if they were easy.” ~Lao Tsu, Tao Te Ching For decades now, the human species has been at a crucial turning … Continue reading

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The New Paradigm of Democracy – Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed

“As a species, we are on the cusp of an evolutionary choice. Standing at the dawn of this perfect storm, we find ourselves at the beginning of a process of civilizational transition. As the old paradigm dies, a new paradigm … Continue reading

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Risks & Consequences in the Age of Organized Irresponsibility

“We are living in an age where the decision making is the primary background for catastrophes. I think it’s very important to realize this because modernity produces more and more uncontrollable consequences. We have a system of organized irresponsibility: Nobody really is responsible for … Continue reading

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Systems Thinking: Seeing How Everything is Connected

“People normally cut reality into compartments, and so are unable to see the interdependence of all phenomena. To see one in all and all in one is to break through the great barrier which narrows one’s perception of reality.” ~Thich Nhat … Continue reading

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Why I Think This World Should End – Prince Ea (full transcript)

Full text transcript for Prince Ea’s powerful new video “Why I Think This World Should End,” released on September 8, 2014. “The world is coming to an end. The air is polluted, the ocean’s contaminated. The animals are going extinct. … Continue reading

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“You Are the Big Bang” – Alan Watts

“Way out in space, and way out in time… billions of years ago, you were a big bang, but now you’re a complicated human being. And then we cut ourselves off, and don’t feel that we’re still the big bang. … Continue reading

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24 Human Character Strengths and Core Virtues

“The Character Strengths and Virtues (CSV) handbook of human strengths and virtues by Christopher Peterson and Martin Seligman, represents the first attempt on the part of the psychological research community to identify and classify the positive psychological traits of human beings. The CSV identifies six classes … Continue reading

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Auschwitz Survivor – Why Jewish People Must Behave Ethically

Below is a transcript for video (above) with Holocaust survivor Dr. Hajo Meyer. “I was nine when Hitler came to power. I was about 10 months in Auschwitz, and I learned a lot about the doctrines of a fascist state. The lessons I took … Continue reading

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Remembering Hiroshima: Reflections on the Nuclear Age

August 6th marks the the 69th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. On August 8, 1945, a second bomb was dropped on Nagasaki City. To commemorate these tragedies, the Japanese people hold moments of silence, pray for those who died … Continue reading

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The Untold Story of Global Nuclear Bomb Testing

August 6th, this summer, will mark the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. On August 9, 1945, a second nuclear weapon was dropped on Nagasaki City. To commemorate these tragedies, the people of Japan will hold moments of silence, pray for those who … Continue reading

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