How to change the world

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I like this meaningful cartoon. Yes, that would be the Gandhi’s model of changing the world – by being the change he wants to see in this world, through non-violent peaceful movement.

Love transforms people from the inside out, which is a genuine change that cannot be taught – it can only be caught by those who experience the love. It may sound idealistic at first to most people, but that’s how we can turn the world upside down. We are the good news.

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. I’ve never seen such simple line drawings transformed into such a powerful statement! This poster and its wise message are wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing the Truth that indeed, We are the Good News. ~Namaste

    1. jimmytst says:

      Yes, I also find this simple cartoon ingenious in conveying a deep, profound truth about us being the good news of peace. I got the cartoon from the Facebook page of Jay Bakker, who is the founder and co-pastor of Revolution NYC. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=553678104648524&set=a.228148110534860.81165.227984360551235&type=1&theater

      Peace and blessings,
      Jimmy

  2. yogaleigh says:

    Reblogged this on Notes from the Bluegrass and commented:
    What’s could I add?

    1. jimmytst says:

      Thank you for reblogging, Leigh. Peace and blessings to you, Jimmy

    1. jimmytst says:

      Great to know that. Thanks for your encouraging comment.

  3. WL Yuen says:

    I love this simple visual. How true it is. And how hard it can be to be the loner in box number 2! Good to be encouraged and reminded of the power of love.

    1. jimmytst says:

      Good to know that. Yes it can feel lonely at first and it certainly takes courage to be the one who chooses to love in the face of challenges. I think practising self-love and acceptance and reminding ourselves we are beloved children of God/Divine/Universe can give us the strength to love. Peace and blessings.

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