Wise world-shaping and problem-solving requires that we and our children think in decidedly different, integral and wise ways. This transformation requires a fundamental shift in consciousness and the emergence of global minds that can creatively live into a new worldview of an interconnected planet and a sustainable and interdependent human family. "The fullness of our humanity and the sustainability of our planet rest with the nurturing of decidedly different minds."
“Loving the World and Our Children Enough. Nurturing Decidedly Different Scientific Minds, by Design.” Fourth Advanced International Colloquium on Building the Scientific Mind: Learning for Sustainable Futures. Learning Development Institute. Stellenbosch, South Africa, 7-11 Mar 2011
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