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A Global Crisis. The Wisdom of Action while Living with Uncertainty

With Christopher Titmuss recorded on May 31, 2020.

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The Mind/Body Crisis provides an opportunity to wake up or live in fear and despair. Are our politicians, billionaires, pharmaceutical industry, food industry, and scientists fit for purpose?
Change is required. Inner and Outer. Radical. Unprecedented.
Are we fit for purpose?
What do we have to offer?

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