I speak of change for it is the one constant. The steps required to accept the march of time are short of a inner revolution.”Not he is great who can alter matter, but he who can alter my state of mind.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Our progress in whatever means we define it depends upon one thing – we must undergo an inner reformation. Be assured that the challenge to which we set ourselves day after day – our human revolution – is the path to bringing about a reformation in our families, local regions and societies. An inner revolution is the most fundamental and meaningful revolution for engendering change in all things. Learning to work with what “is” over what is “yet to be” is our inner revolution.

Peace and Love, Jim

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