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Rainn Wilson: The Coming “Spiritual Revolution”

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Young people need to look at the world in a fresh new way and say: “Enough is enough, you guys screwed it up, we need to take our planet back.”

I like what Rainn Wilson shared about people, especially the younger people, needing to stand up for their future, and not necessarily buy into all the ideas and practices laid down by the current leaders in politics, religion, and so on. As he put it, there might be some good ideas and good intentions from the leaders or establishments, but generally the current systems are not working well for most of the people because of the self-serving nature of the systems. I do think the spiritual revolution is happening and gradually gaining momentum, such as the young Severen Cullis-Suzuki who silenced the world for 5 minutes with her impassionate plea at the 1992 Earth Summit for the authorities to take actions to address poverty and environmental crisis, and more recently, the relatively young Peter Joseph who is playing a role in waking the world up to see the failings of the monetary socio-economic system in being sustainable and equitable for humanity and the environment, and proposing alternative scenarios of a better world for everyone.

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I am a beloved child of Divine Love/Great Spirit, and so are you. We are spiritual beings on a human journey. My main interests in life include Nature, music, spirituality, inspiration, philosophy, sports, reading and photography.

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