Ghandi was such a master in making simplistic, clear and precise, statements. I remember years ago when I first heard this quote. I was working in a mental health residential facility for children. I cut the quote out of a publication and posted it on the nursing office door. It was a small 2 by 2 cut out in paper form but I felt as if it made a very loud statement as to how my inner workings and self talk dialogue I was having about the world. I see the quote now, everywhere. People post it with vigor and righteousness on face book. I see it as people's motto's and themes. I think the statement implies that we all still wish to see changes in the world. My question is what changes are still needed? What would people like to experience in life? For each other? We are all in this together. Many are making positive head way, allowing all of us, to benefit from this higher level of life. Even the ones who "think" they aren't spiritual are feeling the joy, the love, the change. WE are being the changes we wanted to see. WE are changing what we really want to see and to experience.