Shared World

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The world continues to turn, the trust continues to ebb and flow, and each person in our world continues to be primed to save it, yes, one person at a time. Can we choose to act differently? Can we see another way of being together? Can we work to perceive the similarities in the us, the them, the we, the unity of differences, the sameness of inequity? Are we ever going to be equal? Or, must we learn to live with the inequality, yet strive for equity? The world continues to turn, the trust continues to ebb and flow, and each person in our world continues to be primed to save it, yes one person at a time! Peace! Please, Peace Now! #ALL LIVES MATTER!

Transformational Resiliency

Shared World

This post is dedicated to Matthew M. Martinez, and Rayne Jane Winter-Day, two young adults who are seeking to understand some of the issues surrounding #Ferguson, and the broader implications for our society. Whether you believe in the cause, believe in the protests, believe in the mass media reports, believe in the injustice, or believe justice has been served, I hope to get you to question your understanding of some of your current believes about our “Shared World,” and to realize that you have a part in building shared sustainable solutions. Do I have all of the answers? Absolutely not, yet I hope to bring to you some more questions that hopefully will allow you to consider various perspectives, which I always believe will lead to personal and compelling growth.  It is all about each one of us, our effect on each other, and it is always personal!

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