Four Things To Not Change The World

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Amidst a country in disarray, because of the cascading effects of multigenerational lack of real leadership and a persistent unwillingness to take ourselves on, comes a plethora of charlatans gaining their fifteen minutes of fame from selling snake-oil to the greater-fools of humanity.

Sorry Hope

Human rights lawyer, professor, humanitarian, and author, Bryan Stevenson presents his remedy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Feast on his Tony Robbins style suggestions of self-improvement that ignore human excellence does not come from the perfection of human solipsism, supplemented with my response below.

My response

The problem with humanity is that we bathe in the solipsism of our self-aggrandizing perfection decoupled, ignorant, and disassociated from the principles of nature that define and regenerate human excellence. Nature controls us, and for humanity to improve we must abide by the principles of nature a lot less brutal and more predictable than the mind-forged manacles of humanity.

Oh, and one more thing. The world does not need to change, humanity must change. So we fit more neatly in a world governed by nature. Precisely this depravity of reason symbolizes the human solipsism I refer to so often.

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Georges van Hoegaerden
Georges van Hoegaerdenhttps://www.method41.com/georges
Georges is the Founder and Managing Director of method41. From analyzing the workings of policy, capital, and innovation, Georges noticed how these siloed constructs are woefully incompatible with the principles nature deploys to produce regenerative performance. With humanity stuck in a fabric of its own making, Georges set out to reinvent the operating-systems of humanity to fix the theory that determines what humanity can discover, aiming to fundamentally improve human adaptability to nature's entropy.
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