“Your thoughts and your actions are fixed forever in their terms. That is slavery. I, on the other hand, brought you freedom. Freedom is expensive, but the price is not impossible. So, fear your captors, your masters. Don’t waste your time and your power fearing me.”
Carlos Castaneda

Tales of Power

Neighbors

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This morning seems to be connected

Too often I feel that media (what little of it does reach me) is sensationally-abusive of human suffering (which is one reason why I don’t let too much reach me). This morning, my RSS reader had a short post with a link to Don’t Forget Haiti where I found a personal and inspiring perspective:

“…if we live in a world in which my computer can come from China and my clothes can come from India and my apple can come from New Zealand…if my everyday life is impacted by all corners of the globe, then shouldn’t it follow that “neighbor” is an ever expanding definition? If we are global consumers, then can’t we also be global producers, investors, givers…”

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