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Check out the inspiring new boards on Pinterest!

 

‘What the Net seems to be doing is chipping away my capacity for concentration and contemplation...Once I was a scuba diver in the sea of words. Now I zip along the surface like a guy on a Jet Ski.’ (Nicholas Carr, The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains)

 

There’s no doubt the internet is a massive distraction of ‘hideous noise’ and superficiality, but there ARE islands of Truth and Beauty! Take the new FREEDOM site for example! And just like the WTM’s Facebook and Twitter feeds, the WTM Pinterest Boards provide an inspiring way to connect to the true world, and the awesome potential this explanation of the human condition provides. But if you don’t have a Pinterest account you may not have seen all the great content on our boards or noticed the exciting NEW boards we are now ‘pinning’ to!

 

WTM Pinterest Page

 

Elvis' 'If I Can Dream' lyrics

 

So in case you’ve missed them, we wanted to let you know that we’ve recently added several new boards for you to check out, including:

 

Lyrics, featuring: ‘Lyrics from songs that inspire, that speak the truth. That remind us about what is real and honest...’,

 

Africa: Our Soul’s Home, featuring images of Africa ‘where humanity was nurtured into existence and as such is described as “the cradle of mankind”’,

 

Along with other new boards such as Human Condition Art and Inspiration: Women’s Beauty.

 

You can check out these new boards, along with all our other stunning visual content at www.pinterest.com/worldtransform/

 

So head over to our page on Pinterest and start following and ‘repinning’ inspiration from the World Transformation Movement. You’ll be whistlin’ Elvis’ lyrics, and movin’ and groovin’ like Diana Ross before you know it..

 

Diana Ross - Nothing short of joyful here

 

WTM Admin

This Blog Post was written by WTM Admin on October 29, 2015

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