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Evolution of a Revolution

"Our whole evolution up to this point shows that human groups spontaneously evolve patterns of behaviour, as well as patterns of training people for that behaviour, which tend on balance to lead people to create rather than to destroy. Humans are, on net balance, builders rather than destroyers" - Julian Simon


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"Essential to the theory of evolution is that everything has come into being by itself" - Walter Lang


Seed Re-Birthing
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"Revolution begins with the self, in the self." -Toni Cade Bambara

"The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn" -Ralph Waldo Emerson






Haida Spirit Circle
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...and here is the story of an Alaskan-born canoe carver on a journey of PEACE, building a 36-foot canoe from a 600-year-old tree. He goes by the name the Haida gave him, Saaduuts, meaning "awakening of the spirit".

"Build it, and they will come", says the article. Build it, and they will come.



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