I met an old friend for dinner last night and he inquired about the book.
‘What’s the main argument?’ he asked (he always did like to get to the point).
I said ‘There’s NOTHING to be afraid about. And it’s all even easier if you show up as helpful to others.’
So there you go. That’s all I’ve got for you.
If you care about why we have become so fractious (internal state of anxiety) and fragmented (external state of separation and suspicion), and, more importantly, what you can do about it in your world, then this is the book for you.
Because you know that’s it not supposed to feel like it does right now. And there has to be a better way.