We are at a stopping point in world history. If we don't get embroiled in WWIII, we can use what we have built for generations to come, and enjoy the full environment of the world and replenish it. It would be wise now to stop and reflect.

The nations of humanity have grown in an odd way. Because of the nature of nation building and technology and the growth of business, white people have created a business empire that is primarily insular to the rest of the world, unless we want something. Then we go and mine and en(wage)slave foreign cultures and watch over genocide and do very, very bad things. In the interim we have been non-inclusive, so we don't understand that these people are our brothers and sisters... very cool people that we would do anything to protect and love and cherish. Further, we have raped the land, land that is the very Garden of Eden.

So, what to do. I recommend that we have a global celebration, and that it start slowly and softly, in circles. Circles of people to gather and begin to celebrate the goodness of existence here on Earth, and to include everyone in those circles and to talk and laugh and tell stories. Circles to stretch from town to town, country to country, continent to continent, around the world, gathering in spontaneity to celebrations around the world.

When we all feel comfortable with one another we can talk as adults once again about business, together, for all of us, in harmony with the Earth. You will love yourself for it and will feel so much better. When we are all included, and we feel the dirt on our feet and a laugh in our belly we will know the value of business for everyone.

We need this now... it is a time to celebrate the world over, not to fight over the widgets of the world.

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