by David McLeod | Jul 13, 2020 | No Comments

It seems that most humans on the planet have their own ideas for an “ideal world”. And many of them seem intent on doing whatever they can to bring the world of their dreams into reality. Unfortunately, while many of us share some common ideas about what constitutes the “ideal world”, the sad truth is that we have so many different objectives that they often come into conflict, and as a result we end up creating a world full of pain and suffering. In this episode, we examine this phenomenon in detail and consider an alternate approach.

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