compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
THE single most important thing that I learnt, very early on in my life, was
that all science and scientists, have eventually been proved wrong in their
[y]our pale blue dot.
WHAT has been FORGOTTEN BY TIME [IS] that ...
ALL IS IN NATURE & WE ARE in[DEED] A CIRCUMSTANCE OF NATURE
The Global Risks Report 2018, World Economic Forum.…
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on THE LAND as well as THE SEA to dump the excess
water which has resulted as a consequence of the on
land glacier ice melting from Greenland to Antarctica,
implement that which has been so urgently requiredContinue
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OTHER THAN our Lords & Masters • NOW out of control
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training at Hurn Airport and Sopley Radar, as a consequence of meeting and
getting involved with a group of English Language Students from Denmark
and once travelled to Copenhagen in my first Beetle registration 826EAF,
having been invited as a guest of a family whose father had once driven for
the Porsche Racing Team, who subsequently invited me in his role of Clerk
of the Course, to a Roskilde Ring Race-Day. An experience that provided
confirmation of that which I had already been made well aware of, namely theContinue
Posted by Michael Grove on June 27, 2021 at 11:30
Covid-19 has shown how vulnerable society, our economy, and day-to-day lives are to illness, but despite this we have not yet valued the pivotal role of good health. Our healthcare system is now an illness service with little resilience, importing illness rather than exporting health into communities, not leveraging the digital technology innovations harnessed in other industries.
Whose Health Is It, Anyway? outlines why health is truly our most untapped opportunity for prosperity and happiness in the 21st century, individually and jointly as whole nations. Through collectively valuing health - civil society and the private sector - we can radically change the wider health environment which will pay off for all. This book outlines how a 21st century healthcare system should expand the founding principles of the NHS, from illness to a true health service, and encompass a National Care Service. The authors outline the entities and processes that could underpin a new total health system, one that could serve to take us into a happier and more prosperous future.
2:Are we healthy? It's complicated
3:Is our whole health system ready for the future?
4:The social drivers of health
5:The commercial drivers of health
As often seems to happen, wartime energy and post-war euphoria serve as breeding grounds for visionary thinking and bold, new break-throughs in human knowledge. Such was the case with Clare Graves.
Rather than re-hash older psychological constructs or participate in the debates between the conflicting theories of the day, he decided to start afresh by searching for the reasons behind shifting views of human nature.
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1. These files are in the recommended reading order for a very good reason.2. In The Milk Is White read from the very first page viz. the title page.3. Most, perhaps all, questions that arise in the…Continue
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