An honest and visionary book that glimpses into the future and offers a pragmatic alternative to a seemingly bleak future. This is a must read for all people who want to be a part of a better future. It’s an action plan direct to people who watch documentaries like Thrive Movement, Zeitgiest or Four Horsemen.
We all know our current systems aren’t working; we’ve seen the documentaries, we’ve read the books and we have the tee shirts. The good news is we can change it. Here’s the roadmap, right in these pages. In this book, we recap the problems were facing – but far more importantly, exactly how we can resolve them.
“We are an incredible species on a journey towards complexity in a wonderfully mysterious universe. Every day should be seen as a miracle because that’s truly what it is.
All we know is our individual existence, our ability and freedom to choose. We exist in an irrational universe, albeit one filled with natural laws. If we are to question our very existence in an esoteric search for purpose, I would propose that the purpose is to love. Love yourself. Love each other.
We are creatures of thought. We guide ourselves through this maze called life through our cognitive ability to reason and think for ourselves. Therefore, we must take personal responsibility for ourselves; our thoughts, our feelings and most importantly, our actions. Life is not about suffering and death, though death is the one state we all share as our final destination. We can choose the future we wish to exist in. If we choose not to take part in this conscious decision of forging our own destinies, then they are forged for us. When we choose to do nothing our future is chosen for us. You no longer control your future.
This book is a thought. A simple thought that stems from our innate desire for a future that brings prosperity, security and freedom to us and our loved ones. We all desire this at our innermost core, happiness and love. It’s a commonality we share. It’s what makes us human and alive.
Here we are given a choice. One on hand, you are asked to think, deliberate and act on our collective future. To manifest a shared reality that benefits us all in ways we’ve only dreamed. On the other hand, do nothing and allow your reality to be dictated by external forces. Where that goes we can only guess; with the state of affairs and the history we’ve discussed in this book, one could predict a future of repeated mistakes.
We can only seek to discover a reality we collaboratively create and establish around the universal sense of meaning in human society.”