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   by Ray Podder


  Our operating systems are failing us.
Our regionally scarce past had

  confused our selfishness as solutions. Solutions that now present more

  problems than they solve. Prosperity with poverty, productivity with

  pollution, the fat and sick gorging on the miseries of the weak and

  starving, while the underlying methods behind the madness go ignored.

  So, we continue running our world with the ideas and “isms” that benefit

  one group over another, expressed with manifestos ... that separate us

  even more!

  Love is the ultimate game of life.

   Critics can reduce it down to a biochemical phenomena, but love’s unseen

   forces continue to govern all aspects of our lives. Our material measures

   to satisfy the regional recognition is ultimately a means to an end.

   WHAT IF we bypassed the symbols and went directly to the source?

   We all want love. Love is the bridge between you and everything.

   THE ONLY FORCE that truly binds us to all that we choose to derive

   meaning from. A game can be played in multiple levels of consciousness.

   The material, mental and metaphysical. The master players focus on the

   meta objective over the material or mental one. They focus only on the

   endgame and bypass chaos consuming players of the lower level games.

   The master game in life plays to the objective of love.


  LOVE IS all there IS. We are only the pieces. 



 

In the game of life, love is the prize. Bypass the symbols and go

directly to the sourceThe source is the universal connection.

IT IS all that ever IS 





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Comment by Michael Grove on November 1, 2015 at 12:19

What Does Multi-stakeholder Governance Mean?

The Commission in Global Governance (1995:2 in Burger and Mayer 2003, pg 50) defines

governance as “the sum of the many ways individuals and institutions, public and private,

manage their common affairs. It is a continuing process through which conflicting or diverse

interests may be accommodated and cooperative action may be taken. It includes formal

institutions and regimes empowered to enforce compliance, as well as informal arrangements

that people and institutions either have agreed to or perceive to be in their interest.” 

Comment by Michael Grove on November 1, 2019 at 7:12

  What is required now is nothing less than a leap to global empathic

  consciousness and in less than a generation if we are to resurrect the

  global economy and revitalise the biosphere. The question becomes this:

  "WHAT [IS] the mechanism that allows empathic sensitivity to mature

   and consciousness to expand through history?"

Comment by Michael Grove on January 1, 2020 at 15:27

There is good reason to believe that the old order is coming to an end.

  A new normal is emerging, and if societies are to thrive then we will need

  to do things differently. While the transition must be assisted with technology

  and policy, this book describes the awesome power of just doing stuff.

  Rob Hopkins reminds us how actions speak louder than words, and he

  does it with practical examples and the passion of someone who has

  successfully practiced what he writes about”. 

                         Tony Juniper, author ‘What has Nature ever done for us?’

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