You say you want a revolution?

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A friend (Patti Digh) asked her Facebook friends (public post) what kind of society we should build as a result of what we are learning from this pandemic.

This was my response:

For any revolution to be successful we must first start to allow ourselves to be less than perfect and not expect someone else to set the table.

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Founder of HugTrain, a movement (literally!!) focused on empowerment through small actions

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Arié Moyal

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Founder of HugTrain, a movement (literally!!) focused on empowerment through small actions

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