The Collective Paradigm

social-awareness-and-activismWe are all in this together for in a sense, we are all the same.

We must never forget the oneness of a collective humanity, and that is why it is important to upgrade the collective paradigm.

Social transformation begins by knowing that what got us here – the way we thought, will not help us find the solutions we need to get to where we would like to go unless we upgrade the collective paradigm.

From a new vantage of collective alignment of thought will help us to understand the real issues behind what is going on in the world and be there to transcend our problems.

The masses are misled by traditional media because they tend to perpetuate a lot of negativity and it’s function is to keep us mired in the drama of inconsequential facts designed to divide us from being able to think critically for ourselves.

Even though many would like to imagine a world where traditional media isn’t tainted by bureaucracy, profit and control from the establishment, that is not what we should put our sole focus upon.

(The movie: The Hunger Games sums this up best with this quote, “Remember who the real enemy is.”)

The real enemy is not the establishment, nor the elite nor the media – it is when we turn off our minds and turn on each other. It shut downs the most important part of our mind which is to think things for ourselves in a clear and unbiased way.

By being aware of that ultimately we are all one, we won’t turn a blind eye to our neighbor because we see ourselves in them. The needs of humanity and claiming our power to take charge of our minds and to act upon humanitarian ideals is the responsibility of each and every human being.

Remember that just because we might feel powerless, doesn’t mean we are less responsible. Changing the world begins by changing ourselves.