THERE’S NOTHING wrong with lashing out at runaway corporate capitalism and bloated government as a member of “Occupy Wall Street” and the Tea Party movements. But I’m pumping my energy into ”Occupy Head Space” - an unassuming aggregation of regular folks with no particular political affiliation but a strong belief that by making small changes, adjustments and course-corrections in our own lives, we can, in fact, change the world.
Not only that, we can do it from the privacy of our homes, any time of day or night, buoyed by the power of numbers – millions of reasonable, rational, Internet-connected revolutionaries standing shoulder to shoulder to bring about peaceful change in ourselves and others.
And in the first of a continuing series of revolutionary recommendations to ease human suffering and increase human joy, I invite true believers from every walk of life to join our global crusade to decommission one billion televisions worldwide by Dec. 31, 2012.
For some, this will mean unplugging their sets once and for all. For others, this will mean taking their TVs to the dump – or calling the Salvation Army or a used furniture shop Continue reading