There is no proper answer of course. It all comes down to interpretation, cultural contexts, upbringing, and perspectives. However, there is this one common feeling all over the world — the desire to go back to Mother Nature, to deep core values, and to a better understanding of one’s purpose in life.
Where does this urge come from?
Insecurity, fear of the unknown, robotization? Or rather a desire to belong, to participate in a meaningful life/world-changing experience? Most probably, a combination of all these aspects. We all need to feel useful, needed and with an authentic life purpose which could change our children’s and the world’s future, a seemingly daunting and gloomy fate.
In my mind — or
In the quest for a meaningful world
I think one should accept to dig deeper into one’s own background in order to contribute properly to a more positive global future. The French saying ‘tout
Global climate change, wildlife protection, naturopathy, ‘back-to-nature’ trends in interior design and in maternity wards
But why now? Most probably due to an overwhelming awareness of the devastating cost human almightiness has been generating and can now be talked about absolutely everywhere on so many different social platforms. This mind-boggling enlightenment triggers
Therefore, today’s society is most probably a reflection of our own flaws, our lack of proper self-analysis leading to despair, growing misunderstanding, blaming the unknown or more precisely the aspects one doesn’t want to look at in oneself.
On the other hand, the guilt triggered by the extinction of species, the destruction of nature, global warming — and way more -, leads to a hunger for deep values, a thoughtful and kind path to positive change, a desire to re-build together and design a meaningful life.
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