Part Two | What's Underneath - Healing the Hurts of Nations

Healing the Hurts of Nations
and building a world fit for humans
Palden Jenkins
Healing the Hurts of Nations
and building a world fit for humans
Palden Jenkins
Healing the Hurts of Nations
and building a world fit for humans
The Oppressed, at the UN in Geneva
Palden Jenkins
An abridged thinking-points version of the 2003 book
Healing the Hurts of Nations
Healing the Hurts of Nations
An abridged version of the 2003 book
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Part Two | What's Underneath

What's Underneath
Part Two | What's Underneath
The deeper sources
of the world's problem

This section proposes that humanity has unconsciously been striving toward some sort of globalisation for a very long time.

It looks into civilisation and its discontents, and an array of wounds and scars humanity has picked up throughout history, obstructing our progress today.

Then there's the collective psyche and the way that  national and global interests and priorities conflict. A crucial issue here is leaderships - and those who are led and pushed around by leaderships' agendas.

Then comes the awkward bit: the stuff we don't want to look at. Trouble is, this stuff creates and sustains many of  the global problems of today. We have to look at this stuff, or it will undermine and plague both global and local issues we need to sort out through cooperation.
Athens, Greece

This second section examines the impact of unconscious collective behaviour on the unfolding of events and trends today.

What are the hidden forces within the world psyche that make for conflict, superpower dominance, unsustainable economic growth, unfair trade, oppression of minorities and the rape of the Earth?

What does humanity fear?
Why does it want to cover up big truths and realities?
Of what are we ashamed?
Healing the Hurts of Nations
and building a world fit for humans
Short version of a 2003 book by Palden Jenkins
and building a world fit for humans
Short version of a 2003 book by Palden Jenkins
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