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Sometimes I am asked why I feel hopeful about the state of humankind. I’m hopeful for many, many reasons. I see the life experiments being run by millennials, and I rejoice. I observe the rising activism that isn’t self-serving, but focuses on improving the quality of life for everyone, and I rejoice. I notice the spiritual movements, the consciousness movements, minimalist and environmental movements, the social justice movements, and I rejoice.

I’m also cognizant of the amount of human wisdom being compiled and freely shared on the internet today. We can watch “how to” YouTube videos for just about anything these days. Documentaries also abound that are packed full of wisdom provided by existing hunter/gatherer tribes that still practice ancient, sustainable ways of living within the web of nature. We are capturing and widely disseminating the vital aspects of what it means to be human in the natural world in ways that can support us when the false and obsolete social edifices of “civilization” finally do collapse.

New creative technologies are likely to birth once our collective intentionality and objective shifts from using money to make more money to using our spirits, energy, time, and resources to improve the overall quality of life on Earth for every sentient being, species, and unique planetary ecosystem in existence.

The more of us who transfer our allegiance from money to life itself, the faster this transformation in human experience will occur.

Sometimes I am asked why I feel hopeful about the state of humankind. I’m hopeful for many, many reasons. I see the life experiments being run by millennials, and I rejoice. I observe the rising activism that isn’t self-serving, but focuses on improving the quality of life for everyone, and I rejoice. I notice the spiritual movements, the consciousness movements, minimalist and environmental movements, the social justice movements, and I rejoice. I’m also cognizant of the amount of human wisdom being compiled and freely shared on the internet today. We can watch “how to” YouTube videos for just about anything these days. Documentaries also abound that are packed full of wisdom provided by existing hunter/gatherer tribes that still practice ancient, sustainable ways of living within the web of nature. We are capturing and widely disseminating the vital aspects of what it means to be human in the natural world in ways that can support us when the false and obsolete social edifices of “civilization” finally do collapse. New creative technologies are likely to birth once our collective intentionality and objective shifts from using money to make more money to using our spirits, energy, time, and resources to improve the overall quality of life on Earth for every sentient being, species, and unique planetary ecosystem in existence. The more of us who transfer our allegiance from money to life itself, the faster this transformation in human experience will occur.

Sometimes I am asked why I feel hopeful about the state of humankind. I’m hopeful for many, many reasons. I see the life experiments being run by millennials, and I rejoice. I observe the rising activism that isn’t self-serving, but focuses on improving the quality of life for everyone, and I rejoice. I notice the spiritual movements, the consciousness movements, minimalist and environmental movements, the social justice movements, and I rejoice. I’m also cognizant of the amount of human wisdom being compiled and freely shared on the internet today. We can watch “how to” YouTube videos for just about anything these days. Documentaries also abound that are packed full of wisdom provided by existing hunter/gatherer tribes that still practice ancient, sustainable ways of living within the web of nature. We are capturing and widely disseminating the vital aspects of what it means to be human in the natural world in ways that can support us when the false and obsolete social edifices of “civilization” finally do collapse. New creative technologies are likely to birth once our collective intentionality and objective shifts from using money to make more money to using our spirits, energy, time, and resources to improve the overall quality of life on Earth for every sentient being, species, and unique planetary ecosystem in existence. The more of us who transfer our allegiance from money to life itself, the faster this transformation in human experience will occur.

Sometimes I am asked why I feel hopeful about the state of humankind. I’m hopeful for many, many reasons. I see the life experiments being run by millennials, and I rejoice. I observe the rising activism that isn’t self-serving, but focuses on improving the quality of life for everyone, and I rejoice. I notice the spiritual movements, the consciousness movements, minimalist and environmental movements, the social justice movements, and I rejoice. I’m also cognizant of the amount of human wisdom being compiled and freely shared on the internet today. We can watch “how to” YouTube videos for just about anything these days. Documentaries also abound that are packed full of wisdom provided by existing hunter/gatherer tribes that still practice ancient, sustainable ways of living within the web of nature. We are capturing and widely disseminating the vital aspects of what it means to be human in the natural world in ways that can support us when the false and obsolete social edifices of “civilization” finally do collapse. New creative technologies are likely to birth once our collective intentionality and objective shifts from using money to make more money to using our spirits, energy, time, and resources to improve the overall quality of life on Earth for every sentient being, species, and unique planetary ecosystem in existence. The more of us who transfer our allegiance from money to life itself, the faster this transformation in human experience will occur.

 

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