Ten Tips from Ghandi on Changing the World

It Begins with US

“You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.”

“The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problem.”

“If I had no sense of humor, I would long ago have committed suicide.”

Mahatma Gandhi needs no introduction. Everyone knows about the man who lead the Indian people to independence from British rule, back in 1947.

So let’s just move on to some of my favourite tips from Mahatma Gandhi…

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TESLA NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR SOLAR ROOF PANELS THAT COME WITH AN INFINITY WARRANTY

“Tesla’s mission is to accelerate the world’s transition to a sustainable energy future by creating products that are so compelling, there is no alternative.”

A solar roof on your home is quite compelling, I’d say. Tech giant Elon Musk announced yesterday on Twitter that orders could begin for this game-changing technology. In a later tweet he reveals the solar roof panels will also be available internationally, promising to roll them out later in 2017 in the U.S. and then overseas next year.

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Re-Distribution Project/Process Continues: NEW Earth’s Economy Stimulation for Crystalline Gridkeepers & Gatekeepers as Foundation Holders and Those Fulfilling Supporting Roles

Yes, there is an economic gridwork/system for all on NEW Earth. It’s been a project “in the works” for many linear years now. It’s been a re-distributing of the funds and resources from old earth to NEW, just like the animals and Soul’s in Earthly forms walking, living, existing here too. Yes, this is a very real physical plane of existence….

We’ve been observing (and experiencing) over many linear years as the structures and systems of the old collapse/deconstruct/fall, the simultaneous “replacement” of a whole new system (this is called materialization on a higher dimensional plane of existence/timeline as each exists the “false matrix system” that was built on hidden agendas and separation (human-self-first) consciousness…

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Self-Sustainable Lifestyles are Becoming Illegal

Across the U.S. local zoning officials are making it increasingly difficult for people to go off-grid and live self-sustainable lives. Building tiny homes, harvesting rainwater, using solar or wind energy, and even building community gardens are being targeted and in some cases, the people involved are even threatened with jail time and fines.

Tiny Homes

Tiny Homes are structures 500 square feet or less and are one way for people to break free of mortgages, taxes, utility bills, and the general entrapment of having more than is necessary. They’re especially attractive to Millennials and retirees, or those seeking to live off-grid. In Maryland, tiny-house legality will likely be handled at the local level as a zoning or building code issue where placement on a property is determined by local zoning and land use regulations.

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Conscious Universities for the New Generation

Living in Alliance with the Earth

When I graduated from high school in 1985, college was the unquestionable next step for an intelligent, middle-class or upper-middle-class young person. I entered an elite school not out of any particular ambition, but because the story that surrounded me said that this is how to do life. College, and probably further degrees thereafter, was the path to full participation in society.

The problem was that, deep down, I didn’t want to fully participate in society. I sensed a wrongness at the base of things. As I learned more about the workings of the world, I didn’t want to be part of it. Even the public service paths, that elite education could prepare me for, seemed themselves to be still part of the same system.

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Morbid Inequality: Now Just SIX Men Have as Much Wealth as Half the World’s Population

By Paul Buchheit

While the United States is ranked 37th in the world in education spending, the 14 richest Americans earned enough money from their investments in 2015 to hire two million preschool teachers.

Yes, inequality is getting worse every year. In early 2016, Oxfam reported that just 62 individuals held the same wealth as the bottom half of humanity. About a year later Oxfam reported that just 8 men had the same wealth as the world’s bottom half. Now, based on the same methodology and data sources used by Oxfam, that number is down to 6.

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Living in a Small Community?

A Re-Post from Golden Age of Gaia

I bumped into some folks from out of town in a neighborhood restaurant.

They were actually reading the Golden Age of Gaia when we saw each other.

Leaving that pleasant surprise aside, I think that one part of the conversation we subsequently had should be reproduced here, while respecting their anonymity.

They wanted to give me (the Michaelangelo Fund, the Hope Chest) some of their money. They had a small number of Zim notes.

They live in a small British-Columbia Interior town. Many people there have been laid off because the forest-products industry is languishing. Automation has killed off many more jobs. Things are not going well for many parts of the community.

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3D Printing of houses – and they’re affordable

Waking Up in the False Matrix

The matrix. It signifies seeing beyond the invisible prison walls of our reality, and recognising and questioning its existence is one of the first signs of awakening — of truly waking up.

by Morag O’Brien

At first, the beginning of our transition and re-calibration to higher frequencies beyond the construct of the matrix is a blissful, beautiful experience. Being connected to the multiverse, to the cosmic love energy, is life-changing.

We begin to understand the energies behind love and gratitude, the power our thoughts have in manifesting our realities, and how non-attachment and sovereignty can improve our experience of the present.

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No link between immigration, increased crime in US: Study

NEW YORK: Crime and immigration patterns in the US are not linked, with places with higher immigration levels experiencing lower robberies, burglaries and murders, according to a new study which comes shortly after President Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban order.

Researchers explored whether larger scale immigration patterns in communities could be tied to increases in crime due to changes in cities, such as fewer economic opportunities or the claim that immigrants displace domestic workers from jobs.

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