Category: Fuel For Action

Articles and resources to promote action

How Important Is Your Stuff?

Last night a friend shared they were struggling with letting go of certain material possessions (ones they had accumulated for years and valued deeply); as we all do, I thought I would share the following insights. “When you realize that all

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Are You In Deep Do Do?

What is the cost of being too busy? What is a common response when you ask someone “how are you doing?” or “How are you?” quite often the response is “I am busy“. If we pay attention, we all frequently use this

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Reflections on “March For Our Lives”

I joined the “March For Our Lives” rally here in Dayton today. The young adults that spoke were amazing and inspiring. The most impactful and compelling moment of the event was a young girl who was about seven, stopped dead

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What’s Really Behind the New 2017 Tax Bill?

Watch a furious Congressman John Barry Larson (CT) absolutely nail what’s wrong with the #TaxCut plan. https://youtu.be/fJFjNtPWvWw Voice your disapproval to your representatives and how it will affect your voting in future elections.

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Peter Russell: A Crisis of Acceleration

Peter Russell: A Crisis of Acceleration Catherine Ingram’s conversation with Peter Russell focusing on the exponential acceleration of change and the life-threatening problems that ensue as a result. In this engaging conversation, they address how easily we fall into denial

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Wisdom from Charlie Chaplin – Let Us All Unite

Wisdom from Charlie Chaplin that is still applicable today. Sir Charles Spencer “Charlie” Chaplin, KBE (16 April 1889 — 25 December 1977) was an English comic actor, film director and composer best known for his work in the United States

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Where Are You in the Stratification of World Economics and Wealth?

Image Source: https://www.instagram.com/p/BRvXRvVlOpj/ Half of world’s wealth now in hands of 1% of population About 3.4 billion people – just over 70% of the global adult population – have wealth of less than $10,000. The 85 richest people in the

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Are You Being CONwayed?

Does she live up to her name CONway? What ethics or honesty are being used in diversion, misdirection, and failure to directly address questions? How is endorsement of Ivanka Trump in any related to Conway’s service to the citizens of

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How Does Change Occur?

“You’re special! You are one in 1:400,000,000,000” What do you respond or hear as a response to the question “How are you”? 1/3 of Americans feel dissatisfied with there lives (that’s 100 Million), yet they give the same response when

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What is the Cost of Silence?

An Anthem Against Silence: Amanda Palmer Reads Ella Wheeler Wilcox’s Piercing and Prescient 1914 Protest Poem The Cost of Silence. “All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to stand by and do nothing.” – 18th

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