With today’s WaPo story that indeed the FBI was informed about David Coleman Headley’s probable status as an agent gone rogue, and subsequently a leader of the Mumbai attacks, we affirm again our belief that only lipstick, roses and critical thinking will move the world forward, at a time when men are determined to destroy it.
This core ideas of Anne of Carversville were articulated in Anne’s 2008 Thanksgiving Day essay, which coincided with the terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India. Read: Cultural Creative Principles Are Rooted, Not in Guns, but in Lipstick & Roses.
Anne’s reflections about our own audience have come true in the explosive growth and reputation of Anne of Carversville. Of course, we remain a toddler, compared to the New York Times, but we are turning in an amazing performance in building an international group of positive, thinking people who desperately want to change the course of human history away from violence.