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    As Joanna Macy reminds us, "Information by itself can increase resistance [to engagement], deepening the sense of apathy and powerlessness." Stories about particular individuals and specific situations usually have the opposite effect. By giving unwieldy problems a human face, they also bring them down to a human-and thus manageable-scale.
    — Paul Rogat Loeb
    tags: human  problem  giving  stories 
     
    History...shows that even seemingly miraculous advances are in fact the result of many people taking small steps together over a long period of time.
    — Paul Rogat Loeb
    tags: time  people  facts 
     
    Possibility is the oxygen upon which hope thrives.
    — Paul Rogat Loeb
    tags: possibility  hope 
     
    Simply unleashing our imaginations can be empowering.
    — Paul Rogat Loeb
    tags: imagination 
     
    None of us can predict when the causes we support will capture the public imagination, and our once-lonely quests become popular crusades.
    — Paul Rogat Loeb
    tags: imagination 
     
    Hope isn't an abstract theory about where human aspirations end and the impossible begins; it's a never-ending experiment, continually expanding the boundaries of the possible.
    — Paul Rogat Loeb
    tags: human  impossible  hope 
     
    Those who make us believe that anything's possible and fire our imagination over the long haul, are often the ones who have survived the bleakest of circumstances. The men and women who have every reason to despair, but don't, may have the most to teach us, not only about how to hold true to our beliefs, but about how such a life can bring about seemingly impossible social change.
    — Paul Rogat Loeb
    We become human only in the company of other human beings. And this involves both opening our hearts and giving voice to our deepest convictions. ...When we shrink from the world, our souls shrink, too.
    — Paul Rogat Loeb
    tags: heart  world  human  soul  giving  company 
     
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