Eco-Fearism: Prospects & Burning Issues – Various Authors

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Eco-Fearism: Prospects & Burning Issues (Digital Edition)

COMING SOON!

By Bhawani Shankar Adhikari, Osinakachi Akuma Kalu & Desh Subba

In a world full of doubt and despair, we are yet to realize the invaluable importance of societal coherence and correspondence, especially in relation to our planet’s ecosystem. Intelligent, empathetic life, such as ourselves, has limitless potential to co-create and edify a new paradigm of smart coexistence, if we manage to get fear under control.

The society that we have constructed has undervalued life’s potential because of individualistic separatism that seems to have been born out of fear of survival.

Our fears of going extinct should be, counter-intuitively enough, not only a motivation for us to thrive in meaningful coexistence, but also an inspiration for us to be able to build a future that is worthy of our true capacities.

As we dive deeper into Eco-Fearism, breaking the boundaries of our limitations and striving for excellence, we are enlightened by knowledge and by the hope that we can surpass our own immaturity and take care of ourselves and our planet through careful reflection.

“This reflective compendium of concepts of fear related to ecology plunges into a profound psycho-social analysis of how fear is the leading destructive cause for our current dystopian paradigm. It invites the reader to face fear in a different way, as we aim to exponentially mature towards a consciously collaborative future.”

Alejandro De la Parra Solomon
TAFFD’s Chief Digital Strategy Officer & Honorary Member
Mexico City, Mexico

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Eco-Fearism: Prospects & Burning Issues (Digital Edition)

COMING SOON!

By Bhawani Shankar Adhikari, Osinakachi Akuma Kalu & Desh Subba

In a world full of doubt and despair, we are yet to realize the invaluable importance of societal coherence and correspondence, especially in relation to our planet’s ecosystem. Intelligent, empathetic life, such as ourselves, has limitless potential to co-create and edify a new paradigm of smart coexistence, if we manage to get fear under control.

The society that we have constructed has undervalued life’s potential because of individualistic separatism that seems to have been born out of fear of survival.

Our fears of going extinct should be, counter-intuitively enough, not only a motivation for us to thrive in meaningful coexistence, but also an inspiration for us to be able to build a future that is worthy of our true capacities.

As we dive deeper into Eco-Fearism, breaking the boundaries of our limitations and striving for excellence, we are enlightened by knowledge and by the hope that we can surpass our own immaturity and take care of ourselves and our planet through careful reflection.

“This reflective compendium of concepts of fear related to ecology plunges into a profound psycho-social analysis of how fear is the leading destructive cause for our current dystopian paradigm. It invites the reader to face fear in a different way, as we aim to exponentially mature towards a consciously collaborative future.”

Alejandro De la Parra Solomon
TAFFD’s Chief Digital Strategy Officer & Honorary Member
Mexico City, Mexico