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The Spring of our Hopeful Discontent

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You can also join the General Strike Conference calls at This site hosts regular calls to organize May 1st activities. The public is invited to check out their schedule and join in the conversation.

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And, if you're a student at a high school or college, Occupy invites you to spread the word to walk out of class on May 1st.

Spring is not a time to worry about results -- that happens soon enough with Fall's arrival. Now is for planting and sowing. Required at present is a leap of faith sprung by the belief in the nobility of our own intentions and those of our fellows. Ironically, that leap of faith starts with connecting to a fundamental reality no longer denying our common humanity nor our higher natures. This is a moment asking for our willingness to face unprecedented challenges. This is a most dangerous yet most hopeful season.

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Gershon Siegel published and edited Sun Monthly in Santa Fe, New Mexico from 1995 through 2008. He still lives in the Santa Fe area and writes features for Santa Fe One Heart (
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