I was informed last night that one of my brothers, who was 29 years old, passed away. As you can imagine, last night was a very busy night at the hospital with all of my family, and while I plan to try to be around as much as I can, there will be days when I have to take off for personal reasons and reasons related to the fallout from my brother’s death.
I’m sure you’ll all understand when I do have to take off, but again, I plan to still be around as much as I can in a situation like this.
Formerly Wes Annac’s Personal Blog, I (Wes Annac) created Conscious Oneness with the intention of providing a place for people to start talking about unity, oneness, and various other concepts that can usher us into an age of peace and prosperity.
Unity is constantly talked about and advocated while war and inequality continue to plague us, and the more movements and websites that are maintained in the name of walking our talk, the better.
People have recognized that division holds us back from progress and sustainability for centuries, and to change this world we have to start talking about how we can change it and, more importantly, put in the effort. No one person has all of the answers, and everyone’s perspective needs to be heard.
A blogger or writer can type away about unity for months, but if people don’t join the discussion, progress can’t be made. I’m confident in saying that progress will be made on this website with the willing effort of all of you out there to make it, and this is just one of many platforms for us to start talking about and cultivating unity.
On this site, you’ll find everything I’ve written since the beginning of 2012 (in the archives), as well as my most recent articles. You’ll also find the Conscious Oneness Mission Statement; a page about the importance of unity; a page about our ongoing paradigm shift; and a page for us to discuss unity and how we can realize it on the world stage.
It’s time to arise, fellow world changers, because we have a lot of work to do.
Thank you for visiting Conscious Oneness.
Wes Annac, 2013