It has been said (e.g., see today’s message from Neale Donald Walsch) that one should not avoid hearing, or even studying, others points of view; and that you will benefit more from looking into such deeply with an open mind and not cynically.
I have learned that in order to fully see another world, you must experience it, and to appreciate your own world, you must understand that of others. — Jody Beth Lee
Within Inherent Quality Simplicity you are encouraged among other to “Raise the bar, and inherently aim to surpass it!”… Do this wherever you are (e.g.), interactively (e.g.), creatively (e.g.), through reports (e.g.) and continually throughout the globe to build education (for example through websites, e.g., and so on, including cities, e.g.).
This post takes no credit for the progress made or being made around the globe; it does however encourage and applaud it particularly where such increasingly enables combining unity and diversity to continually help create a better world for all.
Create greater dimensions of oneness (e.g.) as knowledge is intrinsically gained and pervasively powerful when information is innovatively shared and collectively matured. Thank you for all you do.