October 9, 2023

Another heinous invasion commands our global attention and it’s heartbreaking to see the needless deaths occurring. The fact that Americans are among the dead and wounded brings this war closer to home, and it highlights the global unrest that is simmering in all corners of the world — from the Americas, to Africa, Asia and Europe. Where we see protest marches, labor strikes and violence, we should expect that the root causes run deeper than the surface grievance. We’ve been so focused on reaching a tipping point in our climate that we ignore/dismiss/ or are oblivious to the social tipping point that we have reached. It is all of our responsibility to acknowledge the inequality that propels the outrage of such attacks that aren’t directed by political leaders with a lust for power. Yet, acknowledgement is only the first step. It’s up to each of us what the second step will be. Go beyond the headlines…

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