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Lifelong University of California. Meet needs in a rich experience!

Dream type: Transformation

My father resented the wealthy for their mobility, breadth of opportunity and network. I’m a mobile, skilled student worker. I check the local 'need feed', taking lead if I have experience and otherwise learn from others. The solution database guides teams and adopts our breakthroughs. Universities were expensive and detached. Why learn one discipline, when I can follow my interests month to month? I learn with others through action and skilled peers help me enact my ideas. I may work near dad next week, and work with friends in LA after.Life is a continuum of experience and results.

by: Mat Dryhurst | Nov 11, 2010

37 people like this.


Breathing Deeply Again

Dream type: Growth

Realizing that fossil fuel use cannot completely be curtailed within a timeframe of 10 years, California capitalizes on its reputation as a green state and develops giant carbon scrubbers. These dot the landscape like windmills, and are able to cleanse pollution from cities, airports, and factories. Los Angeles, the one-time smog capital of the world, is now a paradise of fresh clean air. The construction of these enormous towers leads to millions of green jobs. These towers are shaped like giant trees and are affectionately called "Beanstalks". Children ride their bikes and skateboards outdoors without fear of asthma .

by: Michael Minadeo | Jan 19, 2011

118 people like this.


help the homeless

Dream type: Transformation

I think that California should help the homeless because first, everyone needs a home. Second, in recent facts 1.6 to 1.7 million people under 18 will experience homelessness each year. Isn't that just sad. If that is not good enough, 1 out of every 3 homeless people are under the age of 18. These are some reasons I think California's future is to help the homeless. Thank you. This was written by Alexander Tobyn Wilson (Toby Wilson). email: clubdorks@yahoo.com

by: TOBY WILSON | Dec 11, 2010

5 people like this.


Accept the Challenge

Dream type: Growth

I see the kids playing tag. Each student laughing as they get their daily run in. Much easier then doing a mile in P.E. like I did when I was a kid. I clapped my hands and they ran over. Each one smiling. Time for snack! I brought over cups of yogurt and fruit for little Greg who was lactose intolerant. "Remember kids, today we are learning about ancient China. It's time to Sumo-wrestle!" I told them. We transformed the future. I see California as a fun learning environment with new healthy changes. Accept the challenge!

by: Sara | Jan 31, 2011

35 people like this.


recycling everything

Dream type: Transformation

It is 2015. I come home from school in my bike. We go to the store and buy one of a few kinds of clothes. We recycle our old things we don't need and some of them we give away. People don't care very much about money and don't waste it. Everybody helps each other.

by: Y.J.O | Nov 16, 2010

27 people like this.


Family and education

Dream type: Growth

We all would be one big family working together to make this world a better place. We all would be educated - we all would be doctors and vets and more. We all would be friends and family, we all would care for our world and stop fighting to make it a better place for all of us. We also would still have some fun making our world the best. As you can see that the future i am thinking of. Thank you, California Dreams.

by: youana | Dec 18, 2010

9 people like this.


Revolutionary Uses of Space to Strengthen California

Dream type: Growth

New space technologies will address many pressing California needs. Every day, California citizens will benefit from uses of space for wildfire location and fighting, increasing agriculture output, strengthening border security and first responder and law enforcement, water resources management, educational effectiveness, disaster (earthquake?) mitigation and recovery, entertainment, health management, and even the arts. The industries that create and exploit space systems will be a significant source of new jobs and economic prosperity in California. Future California industries will provide orbital communications and sensing systems, factories, hotels and even orbiting power production systems delivering products and services for the entire Earth.

by: Stan Rosen | Jan 6, 2011

5 people like this.


California Dreamin'

Dream type: Transformation

I dream of a California where creativity, compassion and conservation are our highest ideals. Instead of buying; we make. Instead of taking; we give. Instead of more; we enjoy and care for what we have. I dream of Californians with time to paint the sunset and create stories with their children, with time to talk to a friend or stranger, with time to plant a seed and enjoy nature, with time to create and build a solar and wind-powered sustainable economy. I dream of California Dreamin', where these dreams are reality.

by: Kimberly Overton | Nov 4, 2010

43 people like this.


The paradigm shift dream

Dream type: Transformation

Renewal was found through a new language: http://www.wix.com/markdolamore/marks-free-site of conscience for tapping into the Gaia spirit of the planet. Recognized everywhere now, as you know, this creative spirit automatically generated a genuine cooperative rapport. That all started here, uniting first the state, then the union, now the whole world, through a force of mind, stronger than any state. The paradigm shift, in a short few years created synergy and feedback with nature. That was implanted in a prodigal California, living this last ditch dream, to avert collapse. The entire world now comes in pilgrimage to learn from us.

by: Mark Dolamore | Jan 22, 2011

8 people like this.


Reset

Dream type: Transformation

We are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the implementation of Proposition 245, California Reset--the day when we shut down the dysfunctional operating system that the California State Constitution had become after a generation of bitter partisan amendments passed by ballot initiative, and returned to the 1960 Constitution. In addition, we made ballot initiative constitutional amendments require a 2/3 majority. Ballot initiatives disappeared. The roads are repaired again. The parks are open. Our schools and universities again lead the nation. Business returns, following infrastructure. Legislators have to create the entire budget, and voters hold ideologues responsible for obstruction. Golden California Again!

by: Doug | Jan 3, 2011

7 people like this.


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