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January 02, 2009


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It seems like such a simple concept to turn things around. Unfortunately, the truth is (now) that those of us who truly care make up a very small group. As I look out my window, I see thousands of people who just don't give a damn. But if we continue to lead by example, our influence will grow. There's no denying the shape our world is in, and it is up to us, now, to try to change it. The things I've heard from the G8 Summit this week have been absurd.

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