"The note we end on is and must be the note of inexhaustible possibility and hope."
- Evelyn Underhill
No need to beat around the bush. At this stage in history we human beings would do well to undertake fourteen transformations as individuals and communities, and our survival may depend on it. If you are religiously-minded, please think of the transformations as desired by the Eternal Companion of the universe, by the womb-like Life in whose heart the universe unfolds. If you are more secular, just think of them as evolutionary adaptations, apart from which we are in trouble. Choose either or both. But don't end with despair, end with practical hope. The note we end on must be the note of possibility. The good news is that the transformations are truly possible and, in some small corners of our planet, already in the making. Click on the image below and you'll the slideshow with its fourteen transformations. Then consider contexts and situations in your own life where you see them at work, maybe in your own way of living.
For more slideshows like the ones below, see the Cobb Institute's Educator's Toolbox: https://cobb.institute/educators-toolbox/.