By The Gratefulness Team | Gratefulness.org
Join Kristi Nelson, Executive Director of A Network for Grateful Living as our Feature Speaker of The Global Gratitude Summit on November 21, 2018! Please find the original post HERE.
How do we feel fully alive? Kristi Nelson, Executive Director of A Network for Grateful Living sees this question as both the opportunity and the purpose of our lifetime. Catch a brief video highlight from her talk, "Living in GrateFULNESS" below - and enjoy this poignant and reflective post for thought shared from her staff.
THE OPPORTUNITY BEFORE US - by The Gratefulness Team
We’re living in a time of great change. Most of us don’t have to look far to see the shifts happening in our biological, social, and ecological worlds. As the resources in our upcoming eCourse “Reclaiming Aliveness: How Great Fullness Can Transform Our World,” will illustrate, technology is exponentially accelerating, the ecological systems holding the planet in balance are rapidly changing, and the social structures guiding our relationships as humans seem to grow more tenuous by the minute.
In “On What the Year 2050 Has in Store for Humankind,” author Noah Yuval Harari says, “Humankind is facing unprecedented revolutions, all our old stories are crumbling and no new story has so far emerged to replace them. How can we prepare ourselves and our children for a world of such unprecedented transformations and radical uncertainties?”
Surely our charge is not merely to survive and manage the transformations and uncertainties before us – it is to thrive as well. How can we feel fully alive — in spite and in service of the changing world before us? How do we shape ourselves, as individuals and a collective species, in ways that will allow all of life to flourish?
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