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SEVEN WORDS THAT CAN CHANGE THE WORLD
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Seven Words That Can Change the World explains in simple language what life requires of us unequivocally in order to reverse our destructive and unsustainable momentum, end our needless suffering, prosper together, find peace, sustain humanity, and advance our civilization.
Here’s what viewers will learn in this new paradigm DVD:
- What is our place in the blueprint of existence?
- How long have our universe and planet existed? When did life and human’s appear on Earth? What has life been through to get this far?
- Where and why did religions appear?
- What are the consequences of having so many people who do not understand our reality and its behavioral demands?
- What causes life’s unpredictability, instability and uncertainties?
- What are the three Foundational Relationships of life?
- Why do we easily advance technologically but not socially, politically or intellectually?
- How does the architecture of life reveal a new understanding of what is ‘sacred’ in our world?
- Why humanity must advance beyond ancient religions, the products of the infancy of our intelligence.
- What critical mind shift is required of us if we are to sustain humanity and advance our civilization?
- What three simple rules for living say and do more than the Ten Commandments?
- What competing sets of survival instincts account for the epic struggle that goes on daily for the evolution and survival of humanity?
- What are the Seven Words That Can Change the World?
- What is The Law of One?
Joe Simonetta is the author of Seven Words That Can Change the World, a book and now a video that explains in simple language what life requires of us unequivocally in order to reverse our destructive and unsustainable momentum, end our needless suffering, prosper together, find peace, sustain humanity, and advance our civilization.
Joe holds a Master of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School, a Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado, and a B.S. in Business from Penn State. His life experiences encompass many fields. He has been a military officer, professional athlete, architect, entrepreneur, environmental activist, twice a nominee for the U.S. Congress, and the author of numerous books.
Joe is the owner, architect and executive leader of an extraordinary socially conscious development, Hacienda San Joaquin, in the Andes Mountains of Vilcabamba, Ecuador.
To arrange a phone interview with Joseph, contact his publicist and DVD Producer Jeff Hutner at jefhut (at) gmail (dot) com
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