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Ancient Wisdom for Transformation
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Valuing women's leadership role in Phoenicia was a cultural norm.  Their enormously successful trading venture was linked to women being treated as equal partners in business, civic and community affairs.
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Gender equality is a focus of the U.N. by 2030.  The Phoenicians treated women as equal partners in business, civic and community affairs.  Their principles can serve as a role model for integrating women fully into our society.
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Phoenician Blueprint is dedicated to the power of connecting, collaborating, creating, and taking meaningful action to shape a more positive future for all of humanity.  Join us!
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When we are 'against something', we are at war and in conflict with ourselves and others.  When we are 'for something', we are in harmony with ourselves and others.  Harmony, being on the same wavelength as others, creates peace, prosperity and well-being for all people and resolves the chaos and crises in the world.
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The Phoenicians were famed for their miraculous ability to create awe-inspiring comebacks from devastating loss—for their ability to work as a unified force with impassioned purpose and rise from repeated trials by fire and re-make their society century after century.

The Legend of Phoenix Rising is the story of the ancient Phoenicians; their story can teach contemporary civilization about resiliency, transformation, peace and prosperity.
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Phoenicians living in Carthage violated three of the seven principles--the blueprint which created peace and prosperity for 3,000 years regardless of the cities they lived in on three continents.
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Elissa, the sister of the King of Tyre, Lebanon, was elected the leader of the Phoenician city of Carthage, North Africa.  Read her story and the establishment of this ancient story.
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This ancient culture had a deep appreciation for all religions since they believed all people prayed to the same Universal force, Spirit or God.
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