Resilient and Resourceful Citizens – Eminent Change

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Emergence of a Newly Ordered World We’re a resilient and resourceful bunch here in a America, let alone brilliant and capable folks around the world much like the Cultural Creatives spoken of in the 1980s. We lost our heart [America] some time ago and have been functioning more like the muscle on the planet instead of the mind/heart leader we …

Social Architecture for Better Living

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Present Position for Future Architects The amazing thing about our current situation is that it is forcing us to consider our personal hygiene habits for better living. Collectively, we’ve been living like pigs in the world. Our air, land and water have become so polluted it is a global concern. T Harv Eker was quoted as saying, “What you do …

Future Architects – A Natural Wave of Change

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Environmental and Social Architects As planetary citizens and future architects we are facing a collective challenge, one that has far-reaching considerations and potentially able to shift existing systems to better serve the world. I’d like to address social architecture and our opportunity to ascend to a new order of living together in a connected world. Many fear-laden folks will shy …

Resilience of Americans – Challenging Times Cause Collaboration

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Americans know how to work together A strong servant leadership and workforce are what fuels the resilience of Americans, able to evaluate and correct errors in virtually any system. We’re a resilient and resourceful bunch here in a America, let alone brilliant and capable folks around the world. We lost our heart [America] some time ago and have been functioning …

Trust – A Deficit We Can Overcome

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Trust… Do we have it? Edleman’s is not a breakfast treat, although their data is quite substantial. It’s an organization that has been studying TRUST for over 20 years. Their latest report has some interesting data. You can download a full copy of the report here. The report seems to beg the question: How do we restore the trust? Do …

Creating a Better World – Discernment of Truth that Leads Us Forward

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Discernment – Vetting Information Necessary for Our Lives This article explores concepts not necessarily found within any political arena, the processes discernment, yet are absolutely imperative for us to move forward with valid candidates that exhibit ethical and moral standards we espouse. The intention is to move beyond the nuances of politics and take a bigger picture view of how …

Considering Candidates of Conscience

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Candidates of Conscience In America we seem to have lost our way and are limited in our selection and consideration of candidates of conscience. Instead of a government that considers its citizenry more important than profit, our leadership has fallen prey to the very things we once hoped to avoid. Our education, health care and environmental state are dismal if …

Onslaught Against America – Citizen Systems

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Healthy integrated citizen systems are in jeopardy. How are the plethora of political posts affecting you? Social media is overrun by them, right? Millions of folks spend more time on social media sites than reading newspapers or watching the news, but they already know those channels have their fair share of political views. Perhaps that is one of the attractions …

Is Our System Capable of Change in the 21st Century?

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Garnering signatures for anything is tough to do these days. It’s been made easier with some processes now including electronic signature gathering for candidates. We all know how slow the government has been in including digital features for services of many kinds, let alone one so important as voting. Verifying individuals is getting easier, so perhaps there is hope. Is …

Dick’s Sporting Goods Will STOP Selling Assault-type Rifles

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In the wake of yet another school shooting gun control is the topic of national debate, dazed and confused by the 2nd Amendment arguments that seem inconsequential. The time during its creation was so much different than today, yet we have yet to harvest the wisdom from the past and present a new direction for our future. Why one would …