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Changing Mind



Many people feel that we as humans, need to make some changes. What we are currently experiencing are the problems caused by a group of systems that are growing completely out of control. Inspired by Daniel Quinn and his book, Ishmael.
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Contact Person: Rick Davis
Phone: 916-632-9139
E-Mail: me@rickd.com
Website: http://changingmind.com/
   


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Many people feel that we as humans, need to make some changes. We are unhappy with the present systems that we live in, but feel trapped, and therefore, we just continue on day-to-day. To most, it seems like too much of an uphill battle to accomplish anything that would even matter. And if you are willing to do something, where is the best place to begin?

The fact is that humans have not always lived this way. In the hundreds of thousands of years that we have occupied this planet, we have only been living as a civilization for about the last ten thousand. What we are currently experiencing are the problems caused by a group of systems that are growing completely out of control. If we continue this way, we will devastate the world. We cannot go back, it's too late for that. But we must move ahead, to the next step, whatever it may be.

"Defeat a thousand enemies and you still have a thousand enemies. Change a thousand minds and you have a thousand allies". Leverage is powerful. The leverage point for changing our systems starts with changing our minds about how we want things to be. History shows us that when enough minds are changed, the systems will also change.

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