It has to do with change - how we change, how others change, and even how culture changes. What is the common thread? Is it actions taken or laws passed? Or is it ideas and thinking that make the difference?
It turns out, if we look into all substantive changes in society, we will see that an original idea is the seed that started it all. Some examples are the civil rights movement, the end of the Cold War, and the peace movement of the '60s.
So what does this have to do with LoveShift? Well, as we can see, the site is loaded with videos, some articles and quotes, which are there to engage our thinking. And guess what happens when we see a video, read an article, or leave a comment.
Scientists and quantum physicists are becoming increasingly convinced that the quality of our reality is a function of our thinking. We are what we think. And our culture is the product of our thinking too.
So, if you want a better world, please take time and watch one or more of the videos on this Web site. Ponder their message. Make notes. Share your thinking with others.
In doing so, you reprogram the noosphere of Earth.
When Gandhi said, "Be the change you want to see in the world," he was talking about worldview, thinking, action, outcome and culture. LoveShift exists to engage visitors at the levels of worldview, culture and thought.
Played the noosphere video. Great concept! You have a nice selection of videos--the whole world should be watching these.
I wonder what people think about the nature of love. What is it? Why do we need it? What's it for? Is it really important?
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