“So where’s the solution?” is what some people ask, continually, even when the solution is staring at them right in the face.
It’s a conditioned response, socially engineered, to keep us away from the true solutions.
“It's not that I'm so smart,
it's just that I stay with problems longer.”
-- Albert Einstein
Looking at the problem is the start of the solution. That’s why sharing information, videos, and resources with one another is one of the biggest solutions. Especially now with the Internet, the time has come for collective consciousness evolution. So what’s the problem?
“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you,
then they fight you, then you win.”
-- Mahatma Gandhi
So when you share, people are going to ignore you. Let them. When you talk to some people, a few will laugh at you. Laugh at yourself with them. And some people will fight you. Work with them -- here’s how:
Reverse-engineering these three challenges, we come up with the three steps to changing the world.
Be in conversation and community. Practice self-expression. There will be those attracted to your energy and want to engage. Utilize social networks so that you communicate to those who want to listen to what you have to say.
Listen. Especially to those that criticize, for we need this world to work for everyone. Be open to new possibilities, various cultures, and spiritual practices.
Believe that all people do the best they can do with the resources they have. Today we can collaborate all our world resources in ways that were not possible before. For example, the Internet is a vehicle where we can now work with people around the world without ever meeting with them in person.
Sharing is the trinity of these three. It is communicating something we are passionate about, that allows for a co-creative process towards transformation.
That’s why we don’t have to change everything about the world, just the area of interest that resonates with us.
Here’s a great example of a short film that will be changing the world -- through communication, compassion, and co-operation – by capturing Joseph Kony, one of the world’s worst war criminals.
Over 30,000,000 people have already seen this film in the last couple of weeks. But I’m sure we’re going to get to over 100,000,000, so I’m doing my part.
Let’s love the world together...
[)anish /|hmed, blind visionary
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