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 are destined to be. It is possible that’s changing since we absolutely have to focus domestically now. There is no outer enemy, no need for war. Arms can’t even be used for hugging now.

Our supposed mortal enemy is doing more for the world than we are currently, providing personnel and supplies where needed to various countries, including the US. What an example of a world-leader. Americans are moving beyond the petty POTUS, though he has to adhere to protocols now. Valiant servants are stepping up to provide resources and respond with rational and well-organized logistical efforts. Unfortunately, we didn’t have plans in place because of a previous POTUS move to dismantle those departments.

Our health care system was obviously unprepared and pointing fingers as to why serves no one. Picking up from where we are is imperative, assessing and making the prudent choices. Moving forward we have the opportunity to change the system into what it needs to be and put people before profit. The needs of the many are now more important than the needs of the few. Funny how Nature is reversing the old order of things. How can we be more conscious future architects?

Eminent Change – Future Architects

What is also obvious is that advice and recommendations that were dismissed such a short time ago are now being instituted as solutions for our current crisis. It isn’t a personal or political choice, it’s a people over profit choice. It makes one wonder about the natural order of things, like a welling up of the soul of humanity that has been crying out for attention finally being heard.

We’ve been headed in an untenable direction for decades, putting profits above people for far too long. Wouldn’t you think that, over time, the subconscious activities we do not understand fully would have an impact on the development of change agents? The soul of humanity operates on an ocean of emotion, often reacting to stimuli with less than intelligent actions. The resilient and resourceful mindset converts the challenge to change, eliminating the liabilities, limitations and excuses that get in the way.

newly ordered world, 50 ways to take a break - future architects

We’ve needed a change. Change only comes when things get too uncomfortable to continue in the same direction. Forced change is usually the most effective as people still haven’t learned how to get along well enough to make the best decisions. Perhaps the soul of humanity is welling up and providing a way toward those ends, empower the native resilient and resourceful capability we all have today.

Resilient and Resourceful Attitudes

Keeping an eye on the horizon and observing the present, at least a little informed, the changing of ages seems relevant to note and the chaos of change apparent in the natural order of things right now. According to at least one source, the 7-10 year period following the Winter Solstice of 2012 would be full of challenge and turmoil. We just didn’t know exactly what.

Be that as it may, it is important to keep things in perspective. In spite of the great challenge we face globally, it requires us all to learn how to work together better and move beyond the petty differences that have kept us from embracing the unity in diversity we so treasure in our ideal America. People, not politics or profiteers, are rising to the occasion like the Phoenix.

Efforts are being made and things will get better. We all needed a holiday to get our heads on straight. It just happened to be forced. The call that has been welling up in humanity, for a more caring and concerned citizenry and leadership, has been heard. Prayers are being answered, perhaps not in the way we anticipated, yet they are being answered.

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