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Guest: Duane Stjernholm

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Raised in an extremely small town, Cheraw, a tight-knit community in southeastern Colorado, Duane Stjernholm's only avenue to the broader world and an expansion of his horizons was books. Able to read before starting first grade at the age of five, Duane's love of books and the lessons within propelled him to Co-Valedictorian of his high school class of 10 people. Beckoned by broader horizons he then earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. However, not content with broad enough horizons, he joined the Peace Corps and spent 2 years in the Philippines working in Rice irrigation water management and teaching introductory Social Sciences at the University of the Philippines. This developing country experience not only made him more grateful for the opportunities and possibilities available in developed countries, it made him question his role in how to he could be more instrumental in bringing equality to all people with limited means and possibilities. Recognizing the unifying importance of spirituality and metaphysical quantum mechanics in all peoples realities, he studied the universal power of Love in his pursuit of a Master of Arts in Religions Degree at Denver's Iliff School of Theology.  Soon after graduation he accepted his Life's mission from a challenge issued in a Live speech by the late futurist, inventor and World Citizen, R. Buckminster Fuller, to change the predominant mindset of humans from one of competition to a more sustainable one of cooperation and collaboration. This lead him to found the United Earth Ecclesia dedicated to the Co-Creation of the Greatest and Highest Good for all Earth Citizens and to write two books on the importance of this unprecedented undertaking. Website: ExLo.org

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