Friday, June 3, 2016

Thinking Like An Ecosystem

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Thinking Like An Ecosystem

It is only curiosity that knows no boundaries which can be effective against fear.

- Theodore Zeldin -

Thinking Like An Ecosystem

Ecology is all about interconnection and unending change, creating patterns of causation that shape every organism and phenomenon, so "thinking like an ecosystem" means living in the perpetual "why." An eco-mind is also able to see that our own species' thriving, through our consciously creating the essential context for that thriving, determines the well-being, even the continuation, of other species and whether key dimensions of our wider ecology remain conducive to life. { read more }

Be The Change

Practice thinking like an eco-system, as if you were one of a community of beings within a living context.

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