Rennie Davis was the coordinator of the largest anti-war and civil rights coalition during the 1960s. He was one of the Chicago 7 described by the NY Times as the ‘most significant political trial in American history.” He organized public demonstrations watched by more people than watched the first man landing on the moon. Now he believes the big event is not behind us but right in front of us. For the person wanting to change the world, he describes his own journey that led him to appreciate re-scripting the human condition is an inside job. “This generation is on the verge of making the world’s greatest discovery. The atom operates on a mirror principle reflecting back to the observer his or her own residual self image. How you see others is how you see yourself. How you see yourself is how you experience your life." The network that I’m beginning is through membership at the Foundation for Humanity ffh.org. Changing the world by changing the interior of one’s own self awareness is the focus." Learn about the showcase for a new way of living at Yellow Hills Ranch. We are honored to have Rennie Davis as our guest to share with you all. Go to the website to learn more: f f h. o r g
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