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A World that Works – Cindy Long, RScP

Martin Luther King Jr. dream was that all people be treated equally and with dignity and respect . Feb is Black History month it is also the time that we recognize love by celebrating Valentines’s Day. Our theme this year is a world that works for everyone. Black History Month offers an opportunity to walk our talk by accepting the challenge to keep MLK’s dream alive. So what can we do? We can hold a vision of Peace, Love and equality for all people across our globe.

Greg Braden says” If enough of us hold the vibration of Peace, Love and equality we can shift and shape the consciousness on the planet and Freedom can become a part of our collective experience. I invite you to consciously hold the vibration of Love every day for just a few moments. Let’s exercise our power and practice being the change we want to see in the world.

We can choose to be audacious enough to take responsibility for the entire human family. We can choose to make our love for the world what our lives are really about. Each of us has the opportunity, the privilege, to make a difference in creating a world that works for all of us. It will require courage, audacity and heart. It is much more radical than a revolution – it is the beginning of a transformation in the quality of life on our planet. What we create together is a relationship in which our work can show up as making a difference in people’s lives. I welcome the unprecedented opportunity for us to work globally on that which concerns us all as human beings.

If not you, who?

If not now, when?

If not here, where?”

Heroes are ordinary men and women who dare to see and meet the call of a possibility bigger than themselves. Breakthroughs are created by such heroes, by men and women who will stand for the result while it is only a possibility – people who will act to make possibility real. A World that works for everyone. – Werner Erhard

We invite you to watch this Black History tribute video called “Black Gold”

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