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Observations > Optimist or Pessimist?

As I travel around the country, I'm saddened to hear the same highly-charged, negative comments repeated over and over. We're stuck in Iraq, our military is suffering, heathcare costs are off the charts, and the number of uninsured people is increasing at an alarming rate.? We're expecting more terrorist attacks, the jobless rate is lousy, etc.,etc.

When I question people about this, they usually respond with, "there's nothing I can do about it." Really? I disagree. I think we need to get cracking on getting our heads turned around. Let's start putting our energy into what we want instead of what we don't want. Let's use the real power of changing the collective consciousness.

I think we can agree on wanting most of the same things--peace, security, decent wages and healthcare for every world citizen.

My hope is that you'll take a few minutes to sit quietly, close your eyes, and visualize the best possible outcomes for everyone involved. I think of that phrase "in a perfect world" and imagine what that would be. Visualize clearly and specifically. Then tap into the emotions you'll be feeling when what you desire comes to pass. It's that mental picture plus emotion combination that's so powerful. If enough of us work on this, we can make a difference. And, no, it's not mumbo-jumbo or "new age". It's ageless. Why not give it a try--for all our sakes.