Where Heart Shift Happens. Teaching the Science of Sustainable Health. What works for 7 future generations? "Do not go where the freeway may lead - Go instead where there is no path and build - A Green Road"
This is a fascinating 2 hour video well worth watching. It pulls together all religions, all science, all history and more... I do not necessarily agree with ALL of the premises of the movie, but it does a good job of laying out the overall picture.
Some details may not be totally accurate. My conclusion is that much of what this movie talks about is real and factual. I give it a five star rating.
For example, the author that talks about the taking over of nations, and Catherine Austin Fits talks about the financial Matrix machine being a tapeworm... Both have their own movies and books and speak of their own EXPERIENCES, inside the Matrix machine, having worked for it for years.
Some people will try to dismiss this whole movie as worthless and not worth watching because a few facts are 'embellished' or wrong. There may be some factual errors, but that is like saying that because we find a piece of dust in the eye, we should cut out the eyes and quit looking at everything.
Even the cutting edge String Energy Theory could be said to be worthless, because it cannot be proven and there are five versions of it. In my view, this movie and the String Theory is worth watching, learning more about, thinking about and discussing with other people from a wide variety of backgrounds and religions. Should we throw out the baby with the bathwater, if we find even a small mote of dust in the water? I think not... Just take note of the dust mote, and learn from the experience. Just let it BE.
I would agree that some points in this movie are embellished or maybe even wrong, but the movie is worth watching and learning from, in order the grasp the overall picture, which includes science, religion, society, school, etc. Most of this movie talks about is RIGHT. The movie lays out what is happening pretty accurately.
So if most of it is correct, what is our response?
On the other side of things, everything is happening in Divine Order, within the free will of people. What we imagine will happen, comes true. So if we believe the world is coming to an end, that will happen for us personally and for those around us, to the extent it can happen, within our expression of free will. This is a belief in destruction and global suicide.
So why give up and quit trying? Why wait for someone to save us, without even an attempt at making a difference either in the environment, or for future generations of our children? Why give power to someone else, and let someone else control our lives completely?
Can't we imagine and work on creating a world where people can live in harmony and peace, with no need for war?
Can we imagine and create a world with free or very low cost energy for everyone?
Can we imagine a world where everyone is fed, clothed, housed and lives a life of uniqueness, fulfilment and creativity expressing itself?
Can we imagine a world where everyone is living a life not based on greed, fear and rage/anger or revenge, but coming from the heart and living in love, sharing love?
If you can imagine it, it can be so... it WILL be so. First it will happen in YOUR life, and by extension it will happen all around you, because YOU affect many others, and like a virus, YOU will infect others with this higher order way of living. So start Imagining, and LIVING like this.
If you cannot imagine it, join others who do live and think and feel like this and learn from them. Join the Occupy movement. Join the Peace and Freedom movement. Join the Green Party. Join a spiritually focused place where people meditate. Pray. Focus on God more than on the world.
Finally, just be YOU, rather than trying to be someone that is NOT you. Who are you anyway? Ask.. and do not stop asking.... there are many levels to this. Just because you get a quick answer, does not mean the journey has ended. That answer is just the beginning. Keep asking.
"Information is the currency of Democracy" Thomas Jefferson
"Marge Piercy is one of my favorite poets.She writes a lot about repairing goodness in the world and the responsibility we all have to make the world a better place.Piercy is referring to a Jewish concept known as “tikkun.”The word has a range of meanings: correction, restoration, reform, healing.Often it is used in the phrase, “tikkun haolam” which translates, “repairing the world.” ... See the rest of the story and poem at...
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Our efforts to address the impacts of climate change and support low-carbon development in Africa will serve U.S. strategic priorities to strengthen democracy, increase investment, improve health, prevent conflict and effectively address transnational challenges in Africa.--Dr. Jonathan Pershing, Deputy Special Envoy on Climate Change
In honor of Earth Day, this Prevent War update looks at how the effects of global warming willexacerbate the factors that lead to violent conflicts.
Wangari Maathai, 2004 Nobel Peace Prize winner for her environmental work in KenyaPHOTOAs the world's largest historic emitter of greenhouse gases, the U.S has significantly contributed to global warming. Yet, this country will not feel the earliest or most dramatic effects of climate change. Instead, many less developed nations that are already struggling to overcome poverty, poor governance, and in many cases ongoing conflict, will be hard hit by desertification, dramatic weather events, rising sea levels, and less predictable weather that reduces agricultural production. As these types of events multiply, vulnerable states around the world will struggle to adapt to a warming globe and the effects on livelihoods, ecosystems, and already scarce resources. Increased competition to secure resources and meet basic needs is likely to exacerbate societal or cross-border tensions and, in some cases, fuel violent conflict.
The U.S. military is already beginning to consider the connections between global warming and violent conflict. This year the Pentagon released its Quadrennial Defense Review, which includes a significant section on the effects of climate change as a "threat multiplier" around the globe. The report notes, "Climate change will contribute to food and water scarcity, will increase the spread of disease, and may spur or exacerbate mass migration. While climate change alone does not cause conflict, it may act as an accelerant of instability or conflict, placing a burden to respond on civilian institutions and militaries around the world."
Historically, the Pentagon has been resistant to any implication that global warming will affect U.S. military operations or planning processes, so this inclusion in the QDR represents a positive step forward towards widespread acknowledgement of the links between climate change and deadly conflict. Indeed, for those in Washington who are not swayed by an environmental argument, the risk to global and national security that global warming as a threat multiplier represents may provide a more compelling argument.
This week, Congress also heard testimony from the U.S. Deputy Special Envoy on Climate Change, Jonathan Pershing, on the impact of climate change in Africa during a hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Africa Subcommittee. The Obama Administration is already searching for ways to help vulnerable nations adapt to a changing climate through existing programs in departments as diverse as State, Treasury and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). These programs will serve dual purposes by addressing issues such as food security or poverty alleviation, while simultaneously addressing how global warming will affect those communities and projects.
The National Security Network recently highlighted a new report from the Pew Project on National Security, Energy, and Climate Change that discusses the military's actions to cut its carbon footprint. Pentagon strategists recognize the connection between global warming, U.S. energy dependence, and future military engagement and have decided they must act. The report urges Congress to pass strong legislation to curb U.S. greenhouse gas emissions more broadly.
Take Action: Celebrate Earth Day with a Letter to the Editor! Please take 10 minutes this week to write a letter to the editor of your local paper and educate your community and members of Congress on the connections between the effects of global warming and violent conflict. Remember your letter has a better chance of being published if you respond to an article that recently ran in the paper, perhaps an article about Earth Day celebrations. It will also be more likely to catch the attention of your members of Congress or their staff if you specifically name your senators and representatives in your letter.
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