You’d just written a story about my work but I’d somehow lost the email you sent me to alert me. My sincere apologies for the delay in response, just got back from exhibiting on the west coast.
Thank you so much for the inspiration behind your website. I dread following my compulsive habit of looking at the news, and it is so refreshing to see a website dedicated to wonderful and inspiring things. That I could be a part of that is a substantial honor to me. I know that writing something like this is time consuming, and I wanted to send you a heartfelt thank you for it.
Best of luck to you in the future, and take care!”
This wonderful friend to EWC is a scientist/artist who has combined the most unusual things to come up something entirely new in the world. No doubt his work is leading other scientists and laypeople to new ways of thinking.
At Ever Widening Circles, we find this is a common theme that runs through the group of people we call “EWC Thought Leaders”. These are people who find a way to combine disparate concepts and come up with something radically novel and useful.
We like to thank them for taking us all on a little journey we could not have gone on without them!
Greg also reminds us to ignore our impulses when it comes to compulsively tuning-in to the hyper-drama of the 24-hour news cycle. Here’s something I’ve learned after diving into the web-world for 3 years: our “clicks” are like a vote. The entire internet of commerce and information is based on one concrete principle: What we click on, we will get more of.
So, Greg reminds us that EWC is a new choice, an opportunity to evolve into a more worldly, more savvy person. We can choose what we pay attention to!
“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” – Wayne Dyer
Here’s where you can see our articles about the most inspiring thought leaders in our world.