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We have failed from a lack of will. The solutions we needed were already here.

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Now it is too late. We cannot solve these global issues globally. We can see them clearly. We can understand their root causes. We have evidence of solutions that would have solved them. But we refused to compromise, to collaborate, to persevere in resolving them as an intelligent, creative species living on one precious planet. We can lead people to create positive changes locally that make life easier and more sustainable, that create possibility in the midst of global decline. Let us use whatever power and influence we have, working with whatever resources are already available, mobilizing the people who are with us to work for what they care about.

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Can I Be Fearless? Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership annual conference, June Wheatley and Myron Kellner-Rogers. Are You an Optimist or a Pessimist? Are you an optimist? A pessimist?

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Your answer defines your identity: Gloom and doom or hopeful and great to hang out with. What a nonsensical question this is. Is the glass half full or half empty?

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Just seeing clearly what needs to be done and stepping up to do it. As President Teddy Roosevelt enjoined us: Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. Contact Meg P. Then comes Destruction. The city is ablaze, its citizens fleeing an invading horde that rapes and pillages beneath a brooding evening sky.

Finally, the moon rises over the fifth painting, Desolation. There is not a living soul to be seen, only a few decaying columns and colonnades overgrown by briars and ivy. Conceived in the mids, Cole's great pentaptych has a clear message: all empires, no matter how magnificent, are condemned to decline and fall.

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The implicit suggestion was that the young American republic of Cole's age would be better served by sticking to its bucolic first principles and resisting the imperial temptations of commerce, conquest, and colonization. For centuries, historians, political theorists, anthropologists, and the public at large have tended to think about empires in such cyclical and gradual.

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