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by James O'Dea
Reprinted from the Huffington Post. There are plenty of politicians who genuinely desire to serve their communities and nations with humility and integrity, dedicating their lives to the cultivation of a wisdom that will benefit society at large; sadly, they are a minority. Mostly, the perception of those who crowd public office is that they are divisive, immature, and generally egotistical and opinionated. On the less destructive side of the...
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by Duane Elgin
[Reprinted from the Huffington Post] The film The Hunger Games presents a heroic struggle in a world that has failed to make the transition to some form of sustainable prosperity. People are barely surviving on a ruined Earth and in a society that has regressed to ritualistic, annual killings for past misdeeds. This is a horrifying view of the world ahead, particularly because it has a ring of authenticity -- we know that a future this...
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by Dale Colton
Opportunities to Meet Evolutionary Leaders - Auction 2012 I have organized lectures and seminars – planned conferences and events and helped individuals and organizations who are working in the conscious community for most of my life. So it seemed like nothing out of the ordinary when I was invited to become a member of the Evolutionary Leaders circle to attend retreats with authors and speakers whose work I watched blossom over the years. I...
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by Nipun Mehta
Earlier this year, I had a casual lunch with an old friend whom I hadn't seen in many years. He then invites me to keynote his gala event last Thursday night. Quite a few of the who's-who of the Silicon Valley venture capital world were in attendance; not just money people but idea people too. Very innovative and entrepreneurial people. My instructions for the talk were: don't be humble, talk about scale. I actually laughed out on the phone,...
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by Ocean Robbins
Originally posted: 11/4/11 09:32 AM ET on the Huffington Post here. Our world is pretty messed up. With all the violence, pollution and crazy things people do, it would be easy to turn into a grouchy old man without being either elderly or male. There's certainly no shortage of justification for disappointment and cynicism. But consider this: Negative attitudes are bad for you. And gratitude, it turns out, makes you happier and healthier. If you...
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by Nina Meyerhof
It is time we consider that we, as EARTH’s occupants, must live in harmony and balance with equity for all. The movement of Occupy Wall Street, Arab Spring, and all the others uprisings are now the call for humanity to go beyond what systems exist and topple the old institutions and have them follow human’s needs. These needs once seen as an aspect of dominance now are a call to realign and circle the earth as one world family in service to all...
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by Deborah Moldow
September 21st is the UN International Day of Peace, first established by the General Assembly 30 years ago. What’s so important about a day? Well, this day has become a magnet for people all over the world who are helping to build a culture of peace in all its glorious diversity to highlight the one goal that has eluded humanity throughout its history but without which none of the others can be achieved: peace on Earth. Government leaders are...
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by Duane Elgin
I've just arrived at a spiritual retreat center overlooking the Pacific Coast. For the next three days, 60 Evolutionary Leaders are meeting to explore how we can work together to create a more promising future. Albert Einstein told us, "We cannot solve problems with the same level of consciousness that created them." We cannot solve the "we" problems facing humanity from a "me" consciousness. For this reason, the methods for shifting awareness...

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