compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
for LIFE - Ecocide OR We Decide?
“Changing Course for Life – Local Solutions to Global Problems ” is a
manual for change - a wake up call for us to take back control of our
lives before they become irreversibly controlled. The book examines
where we lost our way : historically, socially, environmentally,
agriculturally, economically, technologically, and in law, education
and spirit. It demonstrates how to now resolve the key dilemmas brought
about via ‘wrong doing’ in each of these spheres – and beyond.
Changing Course for Life focuses on pragmatic human scale resolutions
to conflicting socio-economic problems, proposing realiseable ‘local’
solutions as an antidote to rapidly developing global crises.
Through the channeling of reawakened human energies into a process
of root and branch societal reform, the author forsees a ‘new renaissance’
of hope, creative endeavour that can reshape our perilous planetary
existence and lead to a deeper and more subtle relationship between
man and nature as well as between fellow human beings.
“ Julian Rose draws together all the strands of his highly diverse life experiences and, in a multidimensional vision of the future, calls for an uncompromising commitment to dynamic, decentralised community leadership as the chief vehicle for overcoming the dominant and life threatening Orwellian collusion between corporate greed and political ineptitude. He foresees this new beginning blossoming into a life-affirming process of humanistic and spiritual self realisation.”
(New European Publications)
As Julian says himself - It’s NOT about ‘making money ’, but making a
fresh start. A fresh start in a way of life that does not trash the planet,
but rather contributes to its emancipation and amelioration. A way of
life which can open one’s soul to the pull of nature, one’s hands to
contact with the soil and the tools of the artisan. For if we are to be
against ecocide, we need also to be for life. That demands action.
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We now know that we can no longer continue causing harm to our Earth. What we consume, how we live, how we source our energy - all of this we now know is no longer working. Diagnosis has been given. Good news is that it's not quite as bad as it could be. There are problems, but they are surmountable. It's not too late to put in place a new system. The old one is clearly not for the best and we know what looms ahead if we continue on that path.
The old system is based on destruction and disregard for the long-term consequences, but there is another way: a new system based on first do no harm and looking ahead. What plays out in the macro is mirrored in the micro. Just as it is with the Earth, so too what we do to ourselves can be harmful and have adverse impact for years to come. What we do now can send long ripples into our futures that sets us on a path that takes us very far from where we originally stood.
THROUGH ART ...
ALL THINGS ARE in[DEED] POSSIBLE [NOW]
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I also read my First One Hundred Piece Jigsaw piece… which has a good appendix comment, which I put together about the “real problems” which will be inevitably imposed by rapid-growth in an existing global virtual marketplace where the process of “ever increasingly changing change” is the status quo.
What better way to commemorate Poly Higgins and her ERADICATING ECOCIDE Global Initiative than this 'Living the Change' proposal from Charles Eisenstein !!!???