Learn to cooperate

There is a growing body of study which indicates man is more programmed for collaboration based in interdependence of man with each other

There is a growing body of study which indicates man is more programmed for collaboration based in interdependence of man with each other and indeed with the whole universe, rather than the prevailing attitude and acts of competition and domination.

We are victims of the many examples of violent, modern-day competition and domination with terrible results. In politics we have partisanship bordering on hatred towards persons of the other party. We have rich countries taking advantage of poorer countries for economic gain. In Canada, we are not pure.

These Neanderthal behaviours do not serve nor contribute to the common good. Modern adulthood must wisely learn to begin to cooperate and to trust each other for the good of mankind.

Al Czap

Sidney

 

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