Access to progressive change often begins with recognition of what gets to be altered, with the next step being responding to that recognition. For example, a child stubs their toe while playing tag with friends. Depending on how exciting the game is, she may not realize her toe has been hurt and continue to play, having fun. It might be when she gets home and the adrenaline has settled that she notices her toe is throbbing. She has just recognized what gets to be altered. She then responds to that recognition by looking at her toe to see what’s wrong, or calling out to her mother for support. The next step is the act or, how the situation is rectified. This is the change step that alters the path. Proper treatment becomes healing. Improper treatment may lead to pain, or infection, if the skin is broken.
Societally where are we? Are we recognizing ourselves as a people living on a planet with the opportunity to unify and grow? Did you know: “Every time you breathe, there’s a good chance that at least one of those molecules was exhaled by Julius Caesar in the throes of death”? If Caesar’s air is still here, then definitely we are breathing the air of everyone else on the planet now. So...we breathe the same air, have the same color blood, live under the same sun on the same planet. Our sustainability foundation is undeniably shared by all. It is funny how little of this and similar information is not part of our everyday conversation. How about we change that?
On November 11, 2018 “strange waves rippled around the world, and nobody knows why” Even stranger; this event is not known by the majority and it has never happened before. 2018 added equals 11. Eleven is a mastery number, the time for planting. That made November 11th of this year = 11.11.11 and waves emitting sound unheard by humans encircled the planet, accentuating the importance of the day. What is the importance? That is not clear. However, one might surmise, a circular expression on a triple mastery day may signify a call for unity. How? A circle is only complete if it is unbroken. Is it necessary to write more...?