The collective human family is straddling unprecedented, threshold times. We’re living in the most difficult transition humanity will ever have to make. This situational crisis is so much more than climate change; it’s a whole system change. Yet, despite the extreme nature of our situation, we’re also living in a moment of immense possibility. In the words of Francis Weller in the preface of the revised edition of the book Choosing Earth, he writes, “Even though it is difficult, even though your heart breaks a thousand times, we must go through this time of collective initiation in order to take our place as responsible adults collaborating in the creation of a healthy and vibrant community of all beings.” Scientist Gus Speth, former director of the Council on Environmental Quality, states that the top environmental problems are not biodiversity loss, ecosystem collapse, and climate change. He concludes that what we need is a spiritual and cultural transformation. Elgin concludes that when we realize that we live in an immense sea of a living universe, a new kind of domain of aliveness with new kinds of potentials are going to emerge.