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Change the Worldview, Change the World

Change the Worldview, Change the World

Sep 19, 2018-- At the heart of every culture is a story of how the world came to be and what that means for us. Look closer and you'll find many more narratives that comprise our collective consciousness. In the case of the Western world, problems like white supremacy, misogyny, and ecological hostility are all disconnected storylines that have been kept alive year after year. In this compelling essay, author Drew Dellinger calls upon us to reexamine the stories in Western society--their sources and consequences--and consider a wider worldview. Drawing from the wisdom of priest and scholar Thomas Berry and the power of modern movements, he describes an alternate, unified, hopeful picture ". . . connecting ecology, social justice, and worldview and using the power of spirituality, dream, story, art, and action . . . a cosmology of interconnectedness." The time he says for such a view is now.
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