Any one of the crisis that face our civilization is probably worse than almost anybody dares to admit. But. Transformation happens almost in no other way than to be in a crisis that reaches an extreme, that really brings the world down. What are the alternative pathways to moving out of crisis into equality, balance and harmony? What level of uprising or revolution do we need to make a difference?
The person you are becoming is far more important than the work you are doing. Your pursuit is designed to help people, make a difference, or change the world for the better. You feel a calling or a purpose around it, religious or otherwise. This post lists a couple of Takeaways I got from the book Doing Work That Matters by Justin Zoradi.
Is this really how I think? Someone writes a status update on facebook about global harmony and it brings up all of these thoughts in me that I have to let pour out of me. Thinking about and writing about it didn’t bring me any new insights yet on how to end war, but rather made me even more confused on how best to achieve it and whether it should even be aimed to be achieved. Aargh. My brain hurts.
So why do Australian’s hate Asylum Seekers so much? The answer lies in the lies. This page will help you see the truth, starting with a life-changing experiment for people with strong political and personal views ‘against’ Refugees, getting taken on a “reverse” refugee journey for one month to see what life is really like living as a refugee.