“Recent political events have shown that the ‘doom and gloom’ news narrative no longer serves society. A more inspiring lens on the world is needed in order to heal division and empower people to bring about change.
“Where the media puts its attention and how it frames the information it selects, is a precious choice. It wields a powerful influence over our individual and collective mind states and it guides our shared cultural story. There’s an urgent need, and opportunity, for a better story about ourselves, our world, and what’s possible.
“We can present a new narrative of what it is to be alive at this time, based on an understanding that is in line with both ancient wisdom and the latest science. Beneath the destructive behaviours that arise from our wounds and fears, we are predominantly a cooperative, social species, with a universal need for connection.
“Wherever altruistic human values underpin the ways in which we organise ourselves together to meet our needs, the new story emerges.”
Read the full story by Seán Dagan Wood, editor-in-chief of Positive News….