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Spiritual Sustainability: So You Want to Change the World? Start Inside

Spiritual Sustainability: So You Want to Change the World? Start Inside by Misti Dian. Photograph of a woman holder her arms up at the beach by William Farlow
Photograph by William Farlow

Changing the world begins within, with healing our deepest wounds, which creates a lasting ripple effect on others and the planet itself

Our planet needs healing. Yes, it’s true. The tragic imbalance of our Earth is evident daily. Our forests, oceans, animals, and climate require people who care and people who will advocate for change. But how? Politics, laws, and protests aren’t creating lasting change. Most days, we only see more turmoil than turning points. I see many people advocating, but I see very few healing themselves first. Maybe this is a red flag? Perhaps this is a life-saving flair shooting high in the sky.

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