The Cultural Sickness Needs to be Named
Joe Brewer
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so what next? i have been seeing this all this time.. and there’s others i know that have too. but so often we get stuck in echo chambers, like minded people complaining about the same thing while a solution seems impossible to fathom. many groups, want revolution while refusing to see how they participate in the things they wish to end. asking someone to, often results with them no longer being interested. forums to discuss are important but i am ready for solutions. i dont come to this thinking “oh great everyone has to change, but me…” but unfortunately, many people dont know any other way to come at these things. Time, effort, some form of daily commitment, understanding that even though i can do everything i can in my lifetime that it may never benefit me while living but it will benefit future generations, got it. Just wondering, whats next?

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