It’s clear the world around us – our culture and institutions – is changing rapidly, in ways both big and obvious, and small and subtle. Are these changes, and our own future, part of a much bigger cycle of universal growth, renewal, and updating?
In this companion conversation to the contemplation Why Things Are the Way They Are, Aviv Shahar discusses the contemplation with the team that produced it, gathering insights into what inspired them to take this unique approach to considering the expanding universe and our own possible role in shaping a new future.
What is a contemplation? Why is it at times a more effective approach to understanding the mysteries of life all around us? Join us for this exploration.
As we talk about evolution and growth in many different ways, it’s not just out there, it's something inside each one of us. We can consciously play as big a role as we want to play. I hope people come away with the feeling and the sentiment that it opens up a whole new vista, or perception, about what is happening - and how each person can be a part of it.