What we’re learning about is the difference between the individual as a priority and the overall network as a priority: this is the lesson and this is the dilemma. This is what all of the sages and prophets and “god incarnates” have been trying to tell us. It’s all the same thing. It’s also what politics is supposed to tell us. The individual is responsible to the whole.

We can’t afford to have a political system that says selfishness is okay. Wealth needs tax breaks: what kind of sense does that make? That makes no sense at all. They want to get the economy going so that everybody can make money, but the people with money are making a ton of money and the people working for the hourly wage are falling behind continually and that is really problematic. It creates depression and depression leads to selfishness and that is really the process for destroying the environment, turning people against each other in war.

It’s an awful time in many ways. It’s a sad time. But this is not the end all and be all. The reason that you’re reading this right now, the reason that you’re paying attention to what’s going on here is that there are so many positive opportunities in everybody’s life.

We can make a difference, we can speak out, and we can do a little something here and there and change the momentum. Because we need to do this. We need to change the momentum for the positive and keep it there. We need to keep it on the positive. So we need to drip a little positive here, a little positive there. We need to keep the mind on the positive because that’s where we can do the most, that’s where we can do the best. That’s where we can make our lives happen. Here’s the opportunity to do it. Here’s the opportunity to get more involved, sign up for the mailing list here, get one of the programs, read an e-book or something, and find out more, to change your own life for the better.

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