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Social change critical mass
Transcript of Social change critical mass
(The Trigger) Turning Point Don’t sleep until u do it, tell close people about it, and think about it, let it live through u, let it be detailed, imagine your life with it, self hypnotize yourself into it….
Want to loose weight, start now, want to play sport …
Want to get married, do it now… don’t let society hinder u, don’t let social clichés and hypocrisy burden u …
Want to travel, get a ticket and do it…
The challenge is what keeps us going How would certain things be changed? Life is so ironic to understand fully, it takes sadness to know what is happiness. Noise to distinguish silent and a broken heart to find true love. Decision is yours, Close your eyes and imagine where you want to be. Imagine the complete journey you need to take in order to get there. Now go pack. Your reservations have been made. Travel,
Change Career or field of study,
Talk to that friend, ... The accident, the fight, the embarrassing comment, the major financial failure, Khaled Saeed,...
How to initiate the Trigger? how do we reach the critical mass?
“An ounce of practice is worth more than tons of preaching.”Gandhi Create your own critical mass… by involving your heart, your imagination and mind into it … Risk the safety,
loose the money,
Have it alive, rather than have it safe and right. Sheri L. Dew, If Life Were Easy, It Wouldn't Be Hard: And Other Reassuring Truths "Sometimes the greatest encouragement one can receive is the discouragement of a nonbeliever" M.G.