Come to your senses (part 8)

You.

Are.

Here.

Now.

What pleases your eye?

You. Are. Here. Now. To understand the Transformation, states George Leonard, pay attention. Dragon dreams of fears extinguished is a visionary artwork heralding the liberation of imagination and transformation of human experience. Limited Edition digital download for deepened contemplation and personal illumination.
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“No one can guarantee a hard and fast picture of the future, for surprise is its very nature. But we can become aware of what has already changed and is changing.”

To understand the Transformation, pay attention.

George B. Leonard, The Transformation: A Guide to the Inevitable Changes in Humankind

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