“If we could untangle the mysteries of life and unravel the energies which run through the world; if we could evaluate correctly the significance of passing events; if we could measure the struggles, dilemmas, and aspirations of mankind, we could find that nothing is born out of time. Everything comes at its appointed moment.”
~Joseph R. Sizoo
Expansive Vision is for people who are searching for truth and wisdom – eclectic, visionary, innovative, mind bending topics about our past, present and future. This is an exciting project bringing together my eclectic interests and promoting ideas to expand your vision.
The internet is an amazing place but one thing I have found out is that there are many very wise and clever people out there (some very young) with great innovations and vision for our future. Many of these are not main stream and are not easy to stumble upon. As I spend a great deal of time surfing my interests I find much that I want to share. I have collected a lot – it needs to be shared! I sure hope you will come across interesting, mind blowing ideas and innovations that you may not otherwise have thought you were interested in.
Many posts are re-posts from excellent sites I have found. I have always given credit when I have been able to. If anything I display is claimed to belong to someone else I will give them the credit that is due to them.
This is like my scrap book. There are masses of things I am interested in and it was hard to formulate a system to categorise them. In the end I went with what I have. If you think one topic should be in a different area well you might be right.
Share my vision of a common humanity. The word is really growing in consciousness, people are awakening. many people, even teens, are coming up with amazing innovations and ancient knowledge is becoming known. There are better, smarter ways of doing things!
What is the future for employment and housing? How can we live well, heal ourselves, feed ourselves good healthy food?
Hold the vision – then it will expand to become something we can’t even image today.
What about the eternal questions – Who are we? Where did we come from? Why are we we here? Where are we going?
What can we find out about our collective past that can help us in the future of humanity?
I hope you enjoy perusing these pages and finding out there is room for expansiveness in your life too.