compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
Vision without action is just a dream. Action without vision
to personally experience a simulation of the reality such that we would be unable to tell
the difference between the simulation and the reality. My vision, at that time, identified
more with the "brown-stone" buildings of New York and the digital television watch of
Dick Tracey than the "1984" scenario painted by George Orwell. Later in life when
questioned as to my thoughts on "the simulation of the reality " and of a possible
definition thereof - I often retorted that, by use of the ‘ideal system', "one would be able
to jump off the white cliffs of Dover and walk away after the experience, without a
scratch, but being a completely different person as a result of the experience."
They all replied, as do some today, that I was in need of a frontal lobotomy.
However, my speaker's podium experience of "virtual realities" in San Francisco in 1989 proved to me at least that I needn't go into hospital yet and that that particular experience has indeed spurred me on since to even higher levels of expectancy.
“Cherish your vision and your dreams as they are the children
of your soul; the blueprints of your ultimate achievements.“
Man’s only limitation, within reason, lies in the development and use of his
imagination. He has not yet reached the apex of development in the use of
his imaginative faculty. He has merely discovered that he has an imagination,
and has commenced to use it in a very elementary way.
But no man is an island and turning this vision into a reality has always been dependent on a willingness to search for all the component parts, to communicate and collaborate with the multitude of people destined to provide the component parts and then to "glue" the whole together into a cohesive and meaningful solution.
A solution which addresses the very real issues with which we are all faced in our daily lives.
As a result of determination, persistence and perseverance -
"We should not be trying to make institutions work faster, but to help people to discover imaginative new ways to communicate and work together better.
the real key to understanding, all things,
IS within ourselves.
Once we understand ourselves we must then encourage others to seek a similar level of understanding as a result of ...
... in order that a new model & method of wealth creation, mutually beneficial to all, can be established.
"Just as the sun is at the centre of our solar system, so too must the mind of wisdom be the centre of our diverse personalities. If our minds are strong, then the various parts of our lives will be held firmly to their proper courses, and there will be no chance of deviation."
I absolutely believe that Zaadz can provide THE most appropriate environment and foundation / development platform for the establishment of a mechanism by which this can happen ...
initially in the role of gate-keeper to a matrix
In view of the fact that TODAY is Martin Luther King's birthday, I would further post below Andrew Cohen's tribute to him as a VISIONARY ...
What is a visionary? Visionaries are those rare and inspired individuals who see great promise and imminent potentials for human consciousness and culture that most of us haven't even begun to imagine yet. They are no longer merely living to get and to have for themselves, or tenaciously trying to preserve and protect what has already been. Visionaries are living for what has not yet occurred because their attention is riveted by the promise of the possible—that future is already radiant and alive in the field of their imagination.
Because they experience that future—and feel its promise on a daily basis—they live in a state of perpetual discontent, simultaneously deeply inspired and ever-unsatisfied.
How many of us have the courage and the heart to live that way—to live for the future like those great souls who have given rise to the higher values of our shared culture?
Previously posted by Michael Grove @zaadz 3rd July 2006
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