Thomas Friedman is one of my favorite columnists and authors. His linked March 1, 2017 NYT’s column, Tony Blair’s Lesson for President Trump, seemed to me to describe the opposite of paneugenesis. What do you think?
Paneugenesis is the creation of all good (pan=all, eu=good, genesis=creating) and is defined as actions, by individuals, groups or organizations to create the best outcomes for all parties, with a byproduct of pervasive reciprocal positive benefits. The process generates comprehensive improvements by creating pervasive, reciprocal, selfish, selfless, synergistic interactions.
Thomas Friedman ended his column,
“The world is a win-lose real estate market for him. In the short term, he may rack up some discrete wins. But America became as prosperous and secure as it is today by building a world in our image — not just a world where we’re the only winners.”
My plan is to practice paneugenesis in my life to help everyone and everything. What do you think should be done?