The pressure to produce and perform in the workplace, combined with the competition for financial success can lead to a cycle of stress that can be difficult to escape.
With the prospects of both social and environmental disaster looming ever closer, the progressive, cooperation inclined “Left” remains impotent and fragmented. It desperately needs a plan, a solid blueprint of actions that will enable it to consolidate its impact.
Trying to encourage social change can be a frustrating endeavour, and the dominant focus on symptoms and flimsy feel good issues can be draining.
The process of refining our social approach has provided our species with prodigious intellectual and technical advances.
There is, and has been for the last decade, a new social consciousness emerging from within our species which embraces automation.A consciousness which understands and respects our inter-connectivity with each other, the world and life on our shared planet.