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"The Problem Is Not Out There."

We have to get to the bottom thought. The bottom thought is that the problem is out there. The problem of society is not out there, it's nowhere except in thought. The minute you put it out there, you are contributing, you are part of the problem. If you don't put it out there you start to become part of the solution. the solution is for people to stop putting it out there. Once we see this, as thought changes, it will all go. - David Bohm

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