• Tony Holden

Thinking it through

You know the phrase “too much information.” Whatever the event there always seems to be a range of analysis, interpretation and sheer [sometimes hate-motivated] nonsense. As I trawl through the data I recognize several ideas that rub-up against each other. I think [1] It is good to work for [high] values such as peace and justice. [2] As we make decisions, we can utilize both self-interest, interdependence and compassion. [3] All groups and institutions [systems] will keep on changing but crucially it is about power and negotiation. [4] Public-discourse is at an unprecedented-level but that only increases the need for civil society and organization. [5] It is important to witness at personal level to what you judge to be true and right.

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