Dec 12, 2013-- Creating systemic change is increasingly imperative in our times as we seek ways to improve the way that we live and relate to each other and to the earth. This large-scale thinking recognizes that, "Individual things - like plants, people, schools, communities, and watersheds - are all systems of interrelated elements. At the same time, they can't be fully understood apart from the larger systems in which they exist." What does it take to change the systems in which we live today? This piece offers seven lessons for community leaders, politicians, and teachers, and others vested in nurturing ecological conditions that are ripe for change and awakening. (30708 reads)
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Strive to be uncynical, to be a hope-giving force, to be a steward of substance.
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