Friday, February 28, 2014

A small group …

… began their climb/got on the bus, with me as guide at our Sohbet #3.

We traveled together for a bit.
We want to travel
with you.

Trip Destination: Peak of the Mountain of Awe
  • ·         Who will stay for the duration?
  • ·         Who will jump off the bus?
  • ·         Or, quietly disappear?
Margaret Mead suggested –
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
But this is not so easily done, especially in this day and age of quick fix, solutions by Google.

It’s about the skill, the commitment and the endurance; the willingness to pause, to take time to talk to one another and “lean in” where snags appear. These, translated into actions, are rare treasures to come by these days.

I feel particularly grateful, today, for the wise and wonderful mentors I’ve been blessed to find; Marty Groder and Murat Yagan, who taught me how. To them I owe a debt of gratitude that I can report that a touch of "transforming lead into gold" spontaneously materialized this morning, for me. Building upon last night’s Sohbet conversation, based on one of the New Horizons’ main teaching principles –

“lean in” in every way possible, in every situation where the opportunity presents itself.

You will  be surprised how far small steps in this direction can take you.

Find out how you can aim for the same by joining us for our new Sohbet/study group!

If you are a qualified participant of the Possible Human, Possible Society Study, the door is open to you!

If you are not yet a qualified participant, find out how you can become one!

There’s magic, even in these early stages. You will begin to discover it through our new Sohbet/study group, discussion forum.

See if you can find the ingredients, within yourself and us, to transform “lead into gold.”

Are your up for the transformation?

p for the climb?

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