The World We Live In Needs An Upgrade

Did you take the time to listen to someone you love yesterday? Well if you didn’t there is always today and tomorrow and any time in the future. Please checkout the Join Us button above if you haven’t yet. Listening is a wonderful act of kindness and it is so needed in the world today.

The awful mess in Mumbai is an example of the need for listening. How can people do such terrible things if they are listening to each other or at all listening to their heart? To act in such a way no matter what dogma drives you, seems to mean you have became heartless and without hope. It is time you and I and everyone listen to those that feel lost.

Last night on the Bill Moyer show on PBS was very interest guest Michael Pollan who talked about food and the mess agribusiness has created by their influence in Congress. Our food supply is incredibly important and their conversation was very enlightening. Check it out on PBS’s Bill Moyer show. He has the best guests and the show is a gem of information if you are interested in being informed.

Here is an interesting video on consciousness that you will find interesting. Consciousness is the key to a better world.

Yesterday I spent some time looking for good quotes for these cards my wife and I are designing and here are a few for those of us that are interested in being agents of positive change in our communities, our nation and on the planet. Have a good day today, listen to your heart, be expansive in your thinking, question your beliefs, and be the difference you want to see in the world.

When we quit thinking primarily about ourselves and our own self-preservation, we undergo a truly heroic transformation of consciousness.
Joseph Campbell

Changing mass consciousness is an individual responsibility.
Dennis Weaver

War will stop when we no longer praise it, or give it any attention at all. Peace will come wherever it is sincerely invited.
Alice Walker

Flags are bits of colored cloth that governments use first to shrink-wrap people's brains and then as ceremonial shrouds to bury the dead.
Arundhati Roy