Will the Coronavirus create a more progressive society or a more dystopian one?

  • we choose to continue following our inherently egocentric, individualistic, self-serving nature, the instinctive ego that drives us towards exclusive competition, success at the expense of others,
  • or we choose to learn how to exist, cooperate through mutually responsible and mutually complementing global connections as Nature’s laws if integrality and evolution’s direction towards increasing integration demands.




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