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The Guardian, in partnership with 350.org, Keep It in the Ground Climate Change Campaign To Bill and Melinda Gates, founders of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Jeremy Farrar and Sir William Castell, director and chair of the Wellcome Trust: Your organizations have made a huge contribution to human progress and equality by supporting scientific […]

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What do we want most for our children, ourselves and the world? Instead of thinking we already know the answers, why not ask ourselves meaningful questions to draw out BETTER answers? Why not use the Law of Attraction to expand our awareness? Holding questions in our minds is the best way to access our own […]

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(From Thom Hartmann’s Blog o4/2014: http://www.thomhartmann.com/) Last year, median CEO pay jumped to $10.5 million dollars – an increase of about 13 percent. However, most workers didn’t see their paychecks go up by a single dime. According to an analysis by USA Today, corporate executives scored huge pay bumps thanks to big gains in the […]

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The Conscious Creator Forum

June 29, 2013

Do you want to become a more conscious creator? So do I. We’re all creators, whether we know it or not, whether we create our reality consciously or unconsciously, actively or passively. To become Conscious Creators, we must realize that our thoughts, in the form of beliefs, attitudes, values and expectations, create our reality. Idealists by nature, we […]

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Seth On Evil, Competition, Cooperation and Value Fulfillment

May 27, 2013

Most (people) can be consid­ered idealists in one way or another by themselves or others. Yet certainly (there are many) social and political realities that are far from ideal. (Many) beliefs … undermine your private integrity as individu­als, and contribute to the very definite troubles current in the mass world. Evil and Competition Very few […]

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What Do We Want Most

April 4, 2013

What do we want most for our children, ourselves and the world? To evolve beyond creating a world of predators and victims, a what-works-best-for-me world, we must stop letting thoughts of fear, separation, scarcity and competition dominate our thinking. By asking, WHAT WILL WORK BEST FOR ALL OF US, we take everyone and everything into […]

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What to do About Corporate Greed and Sell-Out Politicians

November 15, 2011

Response to article (and great comments), Bank of America Makes Millions Charging Fees for Unemployment Benefits; written by Marie Diamond and published on Think Progress: Track these decisions back to their source and hold the politicians involved accountable. If it is found they made these decisions for personal gain or cronyism; if it is found […]

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Email to Ellen Brown at Web of Debt Re: Dennis Kucinich’ National Employment Defense Act Bill- HR6550

December 19, 2010

Dear Ellen, http://www.monetary.org/moneyscenefive.html Interesting article from the American Monetary Institute (AMI). It argues against the formation of State Banks and explains why. What are your thoughts on the matter? If you answer online, please send me the link. Thank you. Also, how can we expect to reign in greed and corruption when so many of […]

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The Trouble with Money

November 11, 2010

Money, in and of itself, is not bad. Like any form of power, it’s all in how we use it. Pure energy, like money, its material equivalent, is shaped into matter and experience by thought. It can be used to lift up or smash down, to build character or destroy character, to express love or […]

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Population Issues

August 17, 2009

Can the earth support an ever-increasing number of human beings? Should mankind take responsibility for its relationship with the earth, or should the future of mankind be left up to the god or fate? What will work best for ALL of us? Anup Shah’s website: http://www.globalissues.org/, provides a wealth of information and data on “Social, Political, Economic […]

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