Nothing, absolutely nothing, can replace face-to-face communication.
One thing that is not risky is hope and we need it.
Say no to regret and yes to taking a chance.
This is to experience something wtih soul in it
I believe you have to follow what drives you, be grateful when things go your way. You have to use your head and your heart, and you have to have a bit of good luck now and then.
Bliss can be found in the most unlikely moments.
Start something that inspires people.
If we think about the randomness of our starting point, we can transform our society.
We don't realize our privilege until we've lost it or until we've gained it.
The birth lottery is the happenchance. It's the randomness of our starting point. It's the randomness of the traits and circumstances that we're born into, that we have absolutely no control over, that determine the opportunities and the challenges that we're going to face in life.
"Working hard isn't just about feeling good about yourself; it's about honoring the people that are depending on you."
The thing I love most about Vine is what you can do with nothing.
Time is still magic to people.
Reach out. Reach through the screen, start to work with other people.
If you measure the wrong thing, you’ll get the wrong thing.
This is personal. It's millions of actual people making a few signifiant changes in our way of thinking that incubates an insidiously infectious collective of change.
Why wouldn't we choose to change to a society that nurtures the best in us, instead of breeding the worst?
I'm not advocating a return to agrarian society, I'm inviting you to think what it would be like to reach back into the past, find that thing of value, and imagine a society that valued that type of thinking related to family, community, connectivity, inter-dependence — instead of profit.
Re-Evolution: Reaching back into the past to find things of quality that inspire us, and then re-evolve them using new thinking.
We were taught that the American Dream was an honor to struggle for, and we are struggling more than we used to.
As real people, the capacity for personal transformation is one of the best thing we have going for us.
I find the capacity to change that we have as people, one of the most moving features of the human condition.
The fiction that the wealth and prosperity being generated today is "worth it," makes We The People the principal enablers of a pretty twisted system that leads to our own destruction.
Through absurd laws, we the people permit, invite, and even pay corporations to exploit our environment without any moral obligation of any kind.
I find gross wealth disparity inhumane and insupportable.
The birth of "corporate personhood" is probably the most lopsided and Orwellian speak of all time - and has had the most far reaching impacts. Overnight it bestowed on these corporations the rights of a human but with no obligation to support or participate in the society that supports it.