In this dark age of dead ends, here is
a bold, urgent initiative.
The leap manifesto offers real grounds for real hope. Not the fast-food Hope marketed by cynical politicians, but the real thing, deeply transformative, built by all of us with open eyes, compassion, imagination, and yes, hard work.
Please leap in. And pass it on.
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