for someone of his spiritual awareness.
As long as there is a sense that "punishment" of the corporate entities will somehow solve the problem, it's just running around in circles. Not that these corporations need to be loved or something but at least they need to be forgiven, in that they don't become a source of focused negative attention. "They know not what they do" so it should be up to the rest of us to create what does work and that which doesn't will (as it is already) become irrelevant and obsolete.
You know what's great? That we're seeing this conversation spread to the mainstream mindset. The celebrity status of the messenger is far less important than the message itself. And I'm a big fan of the message and the conversation in general.
Stefan Molyneux's open letter to Brand provided much needed clarity to RB's views of what might be a suitable solution, which is not suitable at all. Again, fighting fire with fire will only get us burned.
But, good things all around, I think.
"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
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