There is hope if people will begin to awaken that spiritual part of themselves, that heartfelt knowledge that we are caretakers of this planet. --Brooke Medicine Eagle

Global Warming: A Case for Inner Change

Global Warming: A Case for Inner Change

Aug 17, 2012-- "Alarming data and warnings about climate change have been with us for twenty years. The issue has morphed into something like a low-level toothache. [...] If human nature is to evolve, a new set of assumptions would look something like the following: Human life isn't set apart from life on earth. We must live in balance with Nature. Consumerism isn't unlimited and doesn't lead to happiness. Toxic pollution harms life and cannot be justified. As a conscious species, humans must be stewards of the ecology. None of these are surprising ideas; they are common coin in the environmental movement. But to make them viable on a mass scale, the tide must turn. Will that happen? No one can tell, but it's important to see that the world "out there" has no chance of changing until there's real transformation 'in here.'" Deepak Chopra shares further. (13143 reads)


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