Occupy Common Ground

If you look even further (including within your imagination) you’ll find the seeds of a most amazing potential are hovering at the edges of that park. The opportunity right here in Tucson is to harness that growing resentment of a corporate banking government world and focus it on local solutions, local economy, local food security, local culture. Yes, we live in a global world, yet the present economic structure of that world is based on unsustainable growth, disconnection and competition. Just as any system in nature that grows beyond its resources that structure must inevitably collapse. The models required for new thinking and new behavior are all centered on localization where interdependent community sustains both our health, and, some might say most importantly, our happiness.

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