McKibben Shares What We can Learn from Covid-19

**BONUS POST FOR THE WEEKEND**

Bill McKibben, American environmentalist, author, and journalist who has written extensively on the impact of global warming shares some thoughts in his New Yorker column:

Bill McKibben, like all of us, knows the corona virus is a scourge on society. Despite this, he sees an opportunity in this problem. The opportunity will be something we can cause to happen. The opportunity is that when we are able to move beyond forced isolation, we need to remember how valuable social connections are for a better life. As we understand that, we should then work toward designing our life to incorporate more beneficial interactions with family, friends and colleagues. He also explains that this crisis can help us remember how wonderful it is to be able to telecommute, if needed, and to buy local.

My reading of his article suggests that this terrible crisis may help us remember and then move toward a better and more productive way of living that also results in a higher quality of life and greater satisfaction, if we chose. He also seems to be suggesting that by creating pervasive, reciprocal, selfish, selfless interactions – everyone and everything benefits because these interactions generate comprehensive improvements. In other words, he suggests we should Practice Paneugenesis. Please share how you generate comprehensive improvements!

Please share your thoughts below. Thank you.

Be Well’r,
Craig Becker

Be selfish, selfless, & synergistic so everyone and everything benefits!

Thank you for reading, please comment below and contact me:
Email: BeWellr@gmail.com

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