Lately, I have spent a considerable amount of time reflecting on the theme of “creating a culture with purpose.” In choosing that phrase, I’ve also put in a lot of thought into the preposition to use that captures my intentions. I played with creating a culture “OF” purpose, “ON” purpose and finally settled on the word “WITH” as the best …
I have been working on developing a coalition of organizations over recent years. Now it’s time for the next phase of the Global Purpose Movement.
This post is not so much an outline of definitive solutions for how to maintain a healthy and dynamic community biofield, but a way to spur an honest conversation about the reality of managing and leading transformative collectives.
Setting off on your own as a solitary member of an evolving cultural group is daunting and often dangerous. This is why surrounding ourselves with like-minded people willing to embark on this evolutionary journey is critical for our cultural communities to transform.
When we talk about creating positive change, we often look first at ourselves, our search for purpose and for how we can create a lasting ripple effect on the world around us. At the other end of the discussion is our need for a global community where we value compassion and cooperation. However, there is a missing element connecting action …
We’re nearing the end of 2018, and with any closing of a cycle, it inspires both reflection and a sense of urgency for positive changes in the new year. Personally, these past twelve months have left me feeling simultaneously more passionate about taking action and more compassionate than ever for the plight of the world and its people. For 2019 …
Rather than being guided by the true spirit in our souls, we have become yes-people answering to the materialistic paradigm. The time is now to give purpose back to the people.
The key is to help people find their true purpose and give them opportunities to put that purpose into practice. We need to take action now, before things spiral out of control.
Agape love is the core ingredient to nurture global transformation, but platonic compassion alone isn’t enough to drive evolution and social revolution.
We are innately good beings, having evolved out of biological cooperation and into compassionate spirits, but we no longer seem willing to live according to our highest principles. To reverse this trend, it is time to re-examine what the true purpose is of being a human being and put it into practice. Are you hoping to rediscover your deepest purpose, one that will restore a sense of spiritual meaning and fulfillment in life?
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