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To change the world
Picture a waterfall. The water slides over the edge and descends, picking up energy on the way down, speeding its way along the river’s course. Now consider thought. Like water, thoughts flow through a culture, a nation, an international organization, the world. Sometimes seemingly earthshaking thoughts expected to recalibrate everything pass away very quickly. On the other hand, simple thoughts can surprise everyone with their major transformative powers.
In his book The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference, Malcolm Gladwell wrote some years ago about seemingly small changes that suddenly cause trends or behaviors to “tip” in a direction. This book was often mentioned in commentaries about the demand for human rights and freedom—the “Arab spring” in North Africa and the Middle East.