In today’s information age, it’s a fairly easy thing to get overwhelmed. When you have mainstream media nonsense, social media addiction, video games and endless phone apps, you’re likely heading for a regular dose of sensory and emotional overload.
Most of the world is at peace.
Most humans care about the wellbeing of other humans, and the planet.
Most of the planet is uninhabited.
There is more money than ever.
There is more awareness, mindfulness, collective consciousness, and elevated spiritual energy than ever.
It’s one of the most overused phrases in modern times. However, what “the world needs,” truly, is for us to get clear on what it is we even mean when we say “world”. Do you mean all of humanity? The earth? Both? The Western world? The third? Whose world are we referring to with our grandiose sentiments? And how the hell do we get off speaking as if we have any clue about what the world needs?
The way we look at sacrifice is backward. I’m referring to the kind of sacrifice we think we’re making when we accept the rules and…