... after our pillow talk, Sesto and me were wondering how much we (and all of us) are connected to the collective field in these days. We feel and think indeed very strongly! All the more it is important, that we don't drown in our personal struggles and let us and our aspirations not be broken by the breaking news.
What we do need instead is breaking up and through our own destructive patterns in thinking, talking and in our relationships. We can release the old stories and paradigms that don't serve us any longer. Realizing how much we still can do for others in testing times - brings the insight, that we are not a helpless collective of ordinary people without power. There are millions of uplifting stories and deads out there, we have to recognize right now. YES! Magazine cofounder Sarah van Gelder has collected some of them.
" ... Sarah van Gelder, tells the stories of people around the United States who are reimagine the world around them and, in doing so, creating new possibilities for community. She was alarmed about the state of American society. The deep divides, racial violence, climate change, economic insecurity, and inequality—is our society coming unraveled?
Van Gelder invites you to come with her as she meets the quirky and the committed, the local heroes and the healers who, under the mass media's radar, are getting stuff done.
The common thread running through their work was best summed up by a phrase she saw on a mural in Newark: “We the People LOVE This Place.” That connection we each have to our physical and ecological place, and to our human community, is where we find our power and our best hope for a new America. ..." And I believe this is true for any place in the world!
read an excerpt of The Revolution Where You Live | read more about Sarah van Gelder | find out more about YES! Magazine | Breaking news of the night of the 19th December 2016: Russian Ambassador in Ankara shot. Guns at Zurich. Russian Ambassador died. Three casualties in Zurich in a Muslim Centre. Truck ploughing into Christmas market crowd in Berlin. Suspected terrorist in Ankara a policeman. One dead found near by the Muslim Centre in Zurich. One dead and several casualties in Berlin. At least 9 dead, 50 casualties. Suspected arrested in Berlin ... (translated from the NZZ News)
Gabriele Castagnoli hat hier ab April 2016 über zwei Jahre die Pilgerschaft mit ihrem Mann Sesto G. Castagnoli beschrieben.