Adjective: having the ability to find inventive ways to overcome difficulties.
from the French resourdre: to rise again
The Resource Hub of the Full Circle is central to the project and makes available all manner of information in easy-to-locate categories.
The purpose here is to generate material to support you and your group in the areas you wish to work. With your contributions and documented experiences we aim to build up 'tool packs' which you can access 'off the shelf' for immediate use in your community.
These archives will constantly be under refinement and expansion by the community as we see the most logical, imaginative and effective methods being used successfully.
Once you decide to access the resources here, simply look for the tags for each category and see what appears as supportive material. Content is divided into sections which include video clips, links, documentaries, interviews, pdf files and a selection of printable material for promotional use.
Although you are working together in your local group, you can tap into and share the resources with other people on a worldwide basis. This is a continual strengthening process which brings solidarity and power back into the hands of the people and away from corrupt entities.
Remember, we are seeking to identify the root cause of the problem in order to find effective remedy and to avoid putting a plaster on the symptom. This is how true healing takes place.
We cannot provide all the solutions! We need your participation in building up these pages and refining and defining the principles being used to beneficial ends.
Our biggest untapped resource is perhaps our imagination and our attention.
By paying attention and putting into practice ingenious strategies supported by concise information, we are reminded of the vast collective wealth that we carry.
Our capacity to tap into 'source' to find common sense solutions is once again realised and we "Rise Like Lions" to the challenges presented and take back our power into wise custody.
“Rise like Lions after slumber
In unvanquishable number -
Shake your chains to earth like dew
Which in sleep had fallen on you
Ye are many - they are few.”
Percy Bysshe Shelley - The Masque of Anarchy: Written on Occasion of the Massacre at Manchester
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