Tempering Optimism with Realism in This Now or Never World

 

Author, consultant, and sacred activist, Will Wilkinson, having just published his book Now or Never, shares what he’s learned about the urgency of our predicament and how important it is to temper our optimism with realism as we integrate the transformational path with the path of social and Earth justice.

The New Lifeboat Hour can be heard on Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network.

The New Lifeboat Hour, originally created by author and researcher Michael C. Ruppert, offers inspiration and practical tools for sailing the troubled and turbulent waters of our time. This show delivers conversations designed to awaken the listener and support them in taking action as well as connecting with others who are creating emotional and spiritual resilience in a world of unprecedented changes and challenges. From my perspective, in order to evolve emotionally and spiritually, we need not only to attend diligently to our inner work, we must also be engaged with our world by demonstrating compassion, service, and a commitment to social and environmental justice. The New Lifeboat Hour is committed to the transformation of consciousness as well as the empowerment of global citizens who feel the urgency of our planetary predicament and want to live resiliently and align with the deeper Self, one another, and Earth.

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