by Joel Pitney
Thank you to everyone who participated in our Deepak’s Four Questions contest. Last week we asked you to submit your answers to the four questions that Chopra posed to our listeners during last month’s virtual seminar and we’ve received over 100 responses to the challenge. After careful consideration, we’ve selected our favorite set of answers, which we feel best captures the spirit of the evolutionary worldview. For his efforts, Pablo Morano, from Chile, will win a free premier level registration for our upcoming virtual course, The Evolutionary’s Guide to Changing the World.
Here are his winning answers:
1. What kind of world do you want to live in and what kind of world do you want your children and grandchildren to live in?
A world where people understand that they shape it with every thought and create it with every action. Where people can be able to see that everyone who lived, lives, and will live on the planet actually is part of the whole system.
2. What is your role in bringing this about?
I search, think, act, and inspire. I see my role as an enabler of things, opening views, provoking a new worldview, and helping shape the system of the future from inside out.
3. Regarding the organizations that you’re part of, what kind of team do you want to have and what kind of relationship do you want to have with this team?
I would like to have a team that can see the world as a whole, yet knowing how to make use of their skills and knowledge to fulfill their purpose and the purpose of the whole system. I want to be able to inspire them all, to help them see how they can contribute, aligning their passion with the world and keep evolving together. I want to be a reflection of their hopes and be in a place where I can help them become more complete as human beings at the same time they do so with others.
4. What do you see as the primary need in our current cultural moment?
I see there is a strong need for a spiritual connection, for re-understanding the “cliché” that we are spirits living in a human experience in the sense that we can balance our experience as a physical being with it. It is a need to create a culture of consciousness beyond just oneself and the need to understand and act like there are more around us, and each has a space in this world.
We’d like to thank everyone who took the time to participate. There were so many thoughtful and passionate responses, it made our decision very difficult! Congratulations, Pablo! Continue reading…