Henry David Thoreau
Nov 5, 2013-- "We live in an age of profound disruptions. Global crises in finance, food, fuel, water, resource scarcity and poverty challenge every aspect of our societies. These disruptions also open up the possibilities for personal and societal renewal. To seize these possibilities we need to stop and ask ourselves some basic questions: why do our actions collectively create results that so few people want? What keeps us locked into old ways of operating? And what can we do to transform the root problems that keep us trapped in the patterns of the past?" Read on to hear the thoughts of Otto Scharmer, senior lecturer at MIT and founding chair of the Presencing Institute. (24197 reads)
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