Change Comes from Within: The Sacred Sphere

How can each of us fit into the new socio-economic paradigm that is approaching? Is the Occupy movement and current global conversation just a fad, or is there something deep within all of us that recognizes the vital importance of world-wide change from a culture driven by 'self interest' to one of giving to others, sacrificing one self in the interest of others?

These current concerns are NOT a fad. They have been with humanity throughout history, before the evolution of Homo sapiens sapiens. The sacred understandings of relationships between people, humans and Earth, the cosmos, and Creator have been expressed in the same way through circular symbols for many thousands of years. The 'circle of life' is but one example, but there are thousands. The 'peace sign' is another resulting from the nuclear age we experience today.

There is a symbol - a universal spherical geometry - that all of these sacred circular symbols derived. It is found in you, me and throughout the universe. And it explains the intent and purpose of our lives here on this planet, now.

I call it the Sacred Sphere.

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Paul D. Burley

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