No More Revolutions
Real change though social evolution
Permanent revolution is fostered by ordinary people when they change the way they think and live.
Our dreams have power
The ideas that create a more humanized society will originate, not from giant institutions, but from the grassroots.
A New World
Amazing things are possible
Increasingly, our institutions are becoming empty shells that will eventually collapse once our belief in them evaporates.
Illusions of permanence
While social and political institutions appear permanent, they are subject to the same weaknesses and vulnerabilities as the human beings that staff their bureaucracies.
Living as if there were hope
War, overpopulation and rampant consumerism are a few of the dangers that face humanity. But even if there is nothing that can be done to save us, we can still embrace integrity and truth in our personal lives.
The Conservative “Revolution”
Turning back the clock
I wrote this many years ago in the midst of the “Gingrich Revolution,” but it seems all the more relevant in the “Make America Great Again” era.
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