«A revolution is what’s called for here»

«A revolution is what’s called for here»

By Neale Donald Walsch

There are those who thought that on The Big Day, December 21, 2012, the world would end. It did not. Indeed, little has changed, and that is the greatest sadness. After all the hype and all the hope, little seems to have changed. It is still true that the life we have created for ourselves on this earth is not working.

Not one of the systems we have put into place in our world is functional—not the political, not the economical, not the ecological, not the educational, not the social, and not the spiritual. None of them are producing the outcomes we say we want. In fact, it’s worse. They are producing the outcomes we say we don’t want.

Personal happiness seems mysteriously and frustratingly elusive. Even when people achieve it, they can’t hold onto it. That is the greatest clue, the biggest hint, the surest sign that something’s amiss.

When even those who should be happy by any reasonable measure are also not happy, there’s got to be a serious systemic problem in humanity’s culture. You know that the formula is askew when even if the formula is working, it’s not; when even if everything’s going right, something is wrong.

What is wrong here? Do we dare to ask?…

Read the whole article in Origin Magazine.
You can read the article as a PDF.
Another article of Walsch in Origin called Overcoming Separation Theology can be read here.

For more information about Neale Donald Walsch go to his website www.nealedonaldwalsch.com.

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