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Talk about transcendence! This is the story of Kosmos as we move into Phase II of our work. We are a mission-driven, evolving group of associates working together to widen our vision of the possible in these transformative times. A new human and a new world is being born and you can track this emergence through Kosmos Journal. The world needs you, our beloved readers, to participate and grow with us in co-creating the new civilization.
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I am so grateful when I am reminded that none of us is working alone. We are on this magnificent journey together.
The Deeper News: Patterns, Dynamics and Mindsets Shaping the Longer View by Richard Hames. Claims there can be no enduring solution to the problem of poverty, however much we might lament that fact, rest on the premise that affluence is a “relative” condition and will remain so. There will always be people who are worse off than others, we reason, but we can reduce absolute penury by distributing welfare and aid to the underprivileged. This also allows us to feel good about ourselves.
“They exemplify a humanism and heroism to which we must each aspire.”
By Kenneth McLeod
“Our social change strategies must create opportunities for inclusive dialogue, open inquiry, and collaborative stakeholder alliances.”
Sep 20, 2016 1By Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee "The very nature of existence, of life and all of...
Sep 20, 2016 1A Kosmos Interview with Sister Miriam MacGillis Kosmos: How has the concept...
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Sep 20, 2016 0By Mark Nepo, from his new book: THE ONE LIFE WE'RE GIVEN FINDING THE WISDOM...
Sep 20, 2016 0By Pope Francis, from his Encyclical Letter, Laudato Si ON CARE FOR OUR COMMON...
Sep 06, 2016 0By Edward Tick,from his book, Warrior's Return: Restoring the Soul After War,...