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The Age of We Need Each Other

The Age of We Need Each Other

Nov 9, 2017-- A paradigm shift is what might move us and the world beyond the Age of Separation and into the Age of We Need Each Other. After Charles Eisenstein suffered a big failure, something told him he needed to drop the thought that he would get any recognition or credit for his work. Then he really questioned what lies at the heart of what we do and why. "Our culture validates and celebrates those who are out there with big platforms speaking to millions of people, while ignoring those who do humble, quiet work, taking care of just one sick person, one child, or one small place on this earth." He praises those who serve and those who are generous, who strengthen the field of love with words and deeds. In this thoughtful essay, Eisenstein shares his vision for a better world after he commits to a new way of living. (10561 reads)


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