is a day that we, as Americans, celebrate our forefather’s wisdom, forethought and bravery to stand together for what they believed in.
To our forefathers freedom was a feeling in their hearts and souls that it was important enough to stand up against those that they considered their enslavers. The courage that it took for them to stand up to what had been for so many years, should be applauded, every day. We all know that new, innovative ideas do not materialize without some opposition. Once a system is in place, that system does not disappear from people’s minds easily, because it is “what they know”.
“What we know” is not always the right answer. We can continue to do what we know and we all know what Einstein says about that:
“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”
― Albert Einstein
When new innovation comes along, it is hard for many people to “let go” and open their hearts to listen to possibilities. The best way is not always “the old way”. Our new generations are bringing with them some of the brightest, sharpest minds that I have known in my lifetime. Some of these people are creating solutions by discovering more about how our bodies actually function, solving energy issues, creating organizations for the good of our planet, and uncovering many truths about our history.
It is up to us to listen to these individuals, with open minds and open hearts. The new generations have no pre-conceived expectations of how “things should be done”. We, as the older generation, have been conditioned to the system as it is now. Many things have changed our world just over the past 20-40 years. The internet has connected us like never before, but we still have wars, hunger, and much cruelty in this world. Pollution, chemtrails and GMOs tell a story in themselves.
The men that signed the the July 4th Declaration of Independence understood the risks of signing such a document. Today we know our world is in a state of social chaos. As an individual that believes in freedom, we must ask ourselves the question, ” What can we can do?” One answer is listen with an open mind to new ideas. We know there are problems with societies around the world. Although we are only one person, we can be part of making the changes. Remember, any change that starts small can grow, expanding to other areas of our lives. Look at how the computer/internet has changed almost every aspect of our lives today.
When we begin looking at the world we live in from these new eyes, we begin to realize the level of control that we have allowed in society by just accepting what has been the “norm” for many, many years. Most people I know want peace, love and harmony in the time they live on this planet. That is far from what we are seeing when we watch main stream media. I propose turning off the main stream media today, and just enjoy the moments in your life that count the most to you. Without negative distractions, you have a chance to really see how abundant your lives can be without these fears about war and hate around the world.
Yes, we have made some messes on this planet and, yes, they are very serious issues. The challenge is how do we correct our problems. It has gotten to the point that even those that don’t want to acknowledge the need for social change, must accept the need for immediate solutions. Hiding your head in the sand at this point, only creates more problems.
What is needed now is open minds and open hearts. When we begin to do research on those things that concern and affect us emotionally, we discover much more information than we can even imagine. Once we have knowledge, understanding and desire to make something better, we begin to use discernment. Discernment gives us information about what we want, what we don’t want, what is right and what is wrong. This comes from inside you and how you feel about the events going on around all of us as a whole and in our personal lives.
This website is here for those of us that don’t have our “heads in the sand” and realize the future is up to us. our forefathers are our inspiration. Social Change is inevitable and we can either be part of the solution or part of the problem. It is up to each one of us.
Thanks for reading.
This website is here to help those that realize that the future is in our hands. We can create social change for the positive by working together. We can also become part of our own future success, by creating a small business based on how we can be part of the community and offer services that only we can provide in our own special way.
“you must always examine what’s working, evolve your ideas, and change the way you do things.”
― Marc Benioff, Behind the Cloud: The Untold Story of How Salesforce.com Went from Idea to Billion-Dollar Company-and Revolutionized an Industry
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