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The Earth is a Oneness Idea

Length: 2 min.
Age Level: 8+
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L.A.-based social activist and community leader Orland Bishop explains that a cultural worldview that fails to recognize earth's primal qualities can only produce violence. Evoking transformative ideas such as foundation, stability, abundance, accessibility, reconciliation, and peace, says Orland, allows a human being to move beyond limitation and conflict into one's true non-violent nature.

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