Abundance in our lives
Following is a look at the concept of abundance in our lives today and the very evolution of the human race.
The book from authors Peter H. Diamandis and award-winning science writer Steven Kotler journey into the progress in artificial intelligence, robotics, infinite computing, ubiquitous broadband networks, digital manufacturing, nano-materials, synthetic biology, and many other exponentially growing technologies.
They discuss that these technologies will enable us to make greater gains in the next two decades than we have in the previous two hundred years. Aside from all the negativity we may see, and often focus on, we have indeed come a long way.
Abundance can mean many things for different individuals and many forward thinkers out there are helping teach the paths to this. Abundance can mean, and abundance of time, and abundance of loving relationships, an abundance of money, and abundance of time – they are all valid and we have a universally given opportunity experience them all and as a race to evolve to wards it as a collective.
Following is a review of the book abundance by Jason Silva, thrown at you with a cornucopia of quotes (pretty standard stuff from Jason), references and a visual extravaganza for the eyes at his usual break-neck speed!
Take a breath Jason 🙂
Take it in, embrace it,for you are part of it, and spread the word, for today we have a great vehicle for the propulsion of ideas – the internet. Share.
A very large quantity of something.
The quantity or amount of something, e.g., a chemical element or an animal or plant species, present in a particular area, volume,…
plenty – affluence – profusion – opulence – wealth
So many great teachers out there are sharing their guides to abundance. Future posts will look into these teachers, techniques and help unlock the attainable secrets within our grasp.
Abundance is achievable for all…it is the way it is supposed to be. I hope we keep evolving towards this steadily for us all to become abundant in a way that is important to each of us, to in turn help those around us.
“The Future is better than you think”