People think the world is falling apart, and many are in a very dark contemporary mood. But what is curious about this situation is that in nearly every measurable way, the world is much better off than it has ever been.
A lead actor in the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother told The New York Times he’s reading my book Pronoia Is the Antidote for Paranoia. Looks like he’s making a very pronoiac movie, too; it’s called Happythankyoumoreplease.
He says: “I didn’t know the movie was going to be about gratitude, but that’s what it’s about: going from ‘What’s missing?’ to ‘Everything I see is a blessing.'”
“Lila” is the Sanskrit word for “cosmic play.” The philosophy behind it describes the entire universe as arising from the joyous love play and creative adventures of the Divine.
Instead of a controversy, start a protoversy.
“The world’s a big enough place for a diverse ecology of successes.”
The HugNation ambassador testifies about his own personal experience of PRONOIA
Amazing Grace: The Nine Principles of Living in Natural Magic by David Wolfe and Nick Good
Rob says: “This book is offered by the same company that publishes my books. My publisher says that David Wolfe is the ‘second most pronoiac person in the world’ after me.”