The core beliefs we have about ourselves and the people close to us are reflected and magnified in our social systems.
As our worldview shifts from “self-contained units” to “part of an interconnected organism and system,” our behavior changes too.
The ability to interact with others from profound love isn’t a soft skill--it's a difficult one. And it’s also a necessity for evolving our lives together in a civil society. It can be learned.
Human communities, like the natural world, show us that we are never alone, but always part of the interconnected fabric of all existence.
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