The December 2018 episode of “Glen’s Parallax Perspectives” TV program is PART 2 (following up on the November episode) of the topic, “Choose a Better Worldview to Build a Better World.” The November program focused especially on problems with worldview that has been dominating the U.S., and the December program focuses more on solutions and how to achieve them.
Cable TV subscribers in Thurston County WA can watch the December program on TCTV channel 22 three times a week all month long: every Monday at 1:30 pm, every Wednesday at 5:00 pm, and every Thursday at 9:00 pm.
Links for watching both programs through this blog are shown below. So also are links for reading the very thorough essays that build upon what I said during each TV program and provide many sources of more information.
Our society is increasingly suffering from many problems that come from an overall worldview that keeps promoting greed, corruption, cruelty, oppression, war and other bad things. Besides working on the specific issues, we need to also work to replace that worldview with its opposite — an alternative worldview that will be humane, compassionate, peaceful, fair to everyone, and environmentally sustainable.
The American people need information, and also the empowerment and strategies to turn things around. The December 2018 program and the thorough essay that expands upon it provide what we need. The end of the essay includes a great many excellent sources of information and organizations working on solutions.
To watch the December 2018 program through your computer, CLICK HERE FOR DECEMBER’S VIDEO.
December’s thorough summary (which ends with a list of excellent information sources) is very long and begins with a Table of Contents, so you might want to read parts of it at different times, if not all at once. To read it, CLICK HERE FOR DECEMBER’S ESSAY.
Part 1 (November 2018) dealt more with the problems that the December program solves.
After I produced this TV program and posted it to my blog, my e-mail address changed from email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org. When you watch the TV video and/or read the linked document, please use my new e-mail address (and/or phone me at 360-491-9093) if you have any questions or want more information.