"I am reminded constantly of Gandhi's statement, 'Be the change you want to see in the world.' For many this is an elusive idea. The notion that somehow me changing is going to affect the rest of reality seems well...like a sweet idea. But when you look at the work that Radin, Sheldrake, Hagelin or Laszlo are doing, Gandhi's statement is starting to make more sense. Why should we be the change we want to see? Because we are entangled with everyone. Every thought matters. Who we are 'matters' to everyone else. What if it really is that simple?" -From, "What The Bleep Do We Know!?"
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