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Renowned author and speaker Chris Eisenstein says that:


“The healing of our planet will not come without love for our planet. It certainly won’t come from technological solutions that seek to more competently deploy resources and manage consequences. That is the path toward biofuel plantations, nuclear power plants, and geoengineering schemes that threaten catastrophic consequences”.

Eisenstein says that, “These questions arise naturally in the story that Thich Nhat Hanh named ‘interbeing’, that holds us as interdependent on every level - even that of basic existence."

In the story of ‘interbeing’, what happens to anything, happens in some way to everything.

In this blog, Zygoz, invites you to share his passion for a brave new world in which people are more caring of this precious gift of life, of this beautiful planet that sustains us, by focusing on the positives, on what we can do to create a better world, rather than the grim picture of the future that is pervasive in our media, we can make a difference.

These are the questions explored in ‘Notes on the Meaning of the Earth’ by acclaimed philosopher Jacob Needleman.
Writing about Needleman’s views, commentator Corey DeVos observes that:

“The evolution of our planet depends upon the evolution of our species. We have created enormously complex challenges for ourselves and for our World - challenges that require an entirely new level of intuition and problem-solving. Now more than ever we need to integrate our hearts with our minds … and our souls with our senses. We are called to seek a new synthesis of knowledge and wisdom for the 21st century, an embodied understanding of ourselves and our World.”

The ZygozBLOG subscribes to the reality that we do not have decades in hand, nor generations to waste, or minds to leave unchanged while the Earth dies under our feet, and we do nothing. We have to change how we think today, about the human condition, so that we will have the best possible outcomes in the future. A future that is not in some distant place, but one that is just around the corner.

We need to change, before the Earth can change. We need to confront an unjust, ecocidal system, and find ways to change the human footprint to be more in-synch with Nature. Collectively, we have the power to change the world. This is at the heart of our mission.

We are entering a time of great uncertainty. We are all in this together. It is time for positive thinking, for joining our hearts and our minds, and making peace with our Planet ...

 

 

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