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How are we going to change the world individually and collectively together?

How are we going to change the world together?

MUST BEST BE ANSWERED - in the first instance - by Eric's long standing team_post@gaia ...
eric said
Jun 18, 2006, 11:28 PM

SO much of the change in the world is in our minds...

a concept which eric's • namesake and I, discussed at length,

during the relatively short [TIME] of our acquaintance.


The world gives us unlimited possibilities and if we can believe that something better

than today exists we are better prepared than anyone to [BE] that CHANGE.

So it is in our belief first, second we speak about, in conversations, books, movies,

the internet and then we manifest the change in our ACTIONS.

 

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Comment by Michael Grove on June 29, 2023 at 9:39
On the occasion of McCartney's 64th birthday in June 2006, a month after the singer's separation from his wife Heather Mills, Paul Vallely of The Independent wrote an appreciation that focused on the song's message. Describing McCartney's birthday as "a cultural milestone for a generation", Vallely commented that the widespread support for the former Beatle and corresponding derision of Mills "tells us more about us than it does about her".[49] To mark the occasion, McCartney's grandchildren recorded a new version of "When I'm Sixty-Four" for him at Abbey Road.[50] In The New York Times, Sam Robertslikened McCartney's failure to fulfil the song's promise of retirement-age contentment with Mills to America's divorce rates and other socio-economic problems afflicting citizens in their sixties.[51]


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/When_I%27m_Sixty-Four

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