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What is done is done, and can not be undone but how we grow as individuals and as communities determines where humanity is going. 

It's never been a better time to be alive for mankind. Individuals all around the globe have access to information that can set them free, and more and more people are gaining access everyday. With this information individuals are learning how to do all sorts of things, from healing themselves, to thinking for themselves, leading to community's learning how to support themselves and feed themselves. (The Indians knew how to do this and were doing this before the colonist invaded.) 

With this new found information comes courage and outrage, leading to individuals and organization all over the country (and the world) standing up for what they know is right regardless of the consequence or outcome.

Change is coming! It has been in the process for centuries thanks to many, many, many courageous men and women, some well known like, Jesus and Martin Luther King Jr., a lot more less known, and countless unknown, like the people who took in Jews or African Americans at great risks to their own life and their families lives. 

And that is the Revolution! It's the growing number of unknown people who are going against societies arbitrary norms and doing what they know is right for them, their families and strangers, regardless of the punishment, consequences or outcome. 

You Can Be Part of The Revolution

To be part of this revolution you have to be an independent thinker!  

Being an independent thinker means that you have the ability and willingness to form your own opinions, make decisions, and analyze information without relying solely on external influences, such as societal norms, peer pressure, or authority figures. Independent thinkers are characterized by several key traits and behaviors:

1. Critical Thinking: Independent thinkers engage in critical thinking, which involves evaluating information, arguments, and evidence in a logical and rational manner. They question assumptions and avoid accepting information at face value.

2. Open-Mindedness: While independent thinkers are not swayed by external pressures, they are open to considering different perspectives and viewpoints. They are willing to explore new ideas and are not rigid or dogmatic in their thinking.

3. Self-Reliance: Independent thinkers trust their own judgment and are comfortable making decisions based on their own analysis and values. They don't rely excessively on others to make choices for them.

4. Curiosity: Independent thinkers have a natural curiosity and a thirst for knowledge. They actively seek out information and are eager to learn, which helps them form well-informed opinions.

5. Individuality: Independent thinkers embrace their uniqueness and do not conform to societal expectations or groupthink. They are comfortable expressing their individuality and may hold unconventional views if they believe them to be valid.

6. Confidence: Independent thinkers have confidence in their abilities to think critically and make informed decisions. They are not easily swayed by peer pressure or the fear of dissenting from popular opinion.

7. Problem-Solving: They excel at problem-solving because they can approach issues from multiple angles and consider a variety of solutions before making a decision.

8. Resilience: Independent thinkers are often more resilient in the face of adversity or criticism because they are secure in their ability to think for themselves and stand by their convictions.

9. Empathy: While independent thinkers have their own opinions, they also understand and empathize with the perspectives and experiences of others. They can engage in constructive dialogue and consider alternative viewpoints.

10. Intellectual Integrity: They value intellectual honesty and are willing to revise their opinions if presented with compelling evidence or arguments that challenge their beliefs.

Being an independent thinker doesn't mean rejecting all external input or disregarding expertise. It means striking a balance between listening to others, seeking information, and ultimately making decisions and forming opinions based on your own judgment and analysis. Independent thinking is a valuable skill that can lead to personal growth, innovation, and a deeper understanding of the world.

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Become The Revolution

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