Humanity’s Global Era: A Dual Paradigm Change- Product Review

Posted: March 11, 2015 in Random


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Book Description

January 4, 2015
A new era is dawning. Within less than two decades a fundamental change has taken place in our lives. Humanity, which has so far existed in one defined world, now exists simultaneously in both a real and a virtual world. We have developed a parallel universe, one that exists, is significant, powerful and even threatening. We are all present in that world, and it has practical implications for all aspects of our lives.
This book deals with the Era of the Global Individual. It describes the Global Person’s formation process and addresses the ideological, educational and leadership challenges stemming from this new reality while offering practical tools for contending with them. These tools are based on innovative research dealing with the crossroads between research on emotions and technology, and the wisdom we have acquired through the ages.
 
Review: Not my normal read, but the premise seemed interesting.
Sometimes I stop and think about how different my childhood was in comparison to how my kids.
Well in regards to technology. When I was a kid there wasn’t a such thing as flat screen tvs.
There was big giant tvs that generally took a small army to move.
Though not as wide spread we had the internet, but it wasn’t constantly attached to our hip on a phone like it is now days.

We depend on technology possibly way too much these days.
Lets order pizza ok, wheres my cell/computer.
I need a new recipe ok, lets search pinterest.
Oh look my eggs make a smiley face, lets tweet/instagram/facebook/tumblr/flicker etc it.

 Interesting read.

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