HOW WE THINK, THEREFORE WE ARE - WHAT DO YOU THINK, ABOUT HOW WE THINK? Einstein posited that we cannot solve our problems with the same kind of thinking that we used when we created them.
As we once again find ourselves on the precipice of globalised conflict,
I ask you, what do you think that we have learned from the past
about how we can foster our shared future?
Arguably, the most poignant modern science of the mind
is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT),
which portends that
how we think,
All have been mentally impacted by the global and
localised impacts of the Covid pandemic era.
This presents a unique opportunity to look at the link between our thoughts, feelings,
and actions, and how these affect our shared perceptions and our shared wellbeing.
To which I would add, that where a child is an accuser, a parent is a conciliator.
If we are to move forward, then judging and denigrating others
achieves truly little in terms of familial progress.