Daring to Be Human
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This chapter summarizes the four principles that this book is based upon; concluding with final thoughts that connect the micro, meso, macro and meta dimension with each other, and to the future. The conclusion of this book is a call for connection, based on the understanding that in the same way as the individual’s aspirations, emotion, thoughts and sensations impact each other (micro), the individual impacts the communities s/he is part of (meso), the political, economic and political context (macro), and hereby Planet Earth (meta).
KeywordsPerspectives Coherence Interdisciplinary Optimization Social change
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