Indra Adnan reading from Ken Wilbur’s A Theory of Everything and discusses the growing chasm in society.
Whatever country you’re living in, perhaps you feel the divide between ‘us’ and ‘them’ is becoming sharper. And that chasm is getting wider, deeper, and more treacherous. Indra Adnan raises a provocative question in light of that: why are we invested in the failure of half of our society? Indra challenges the very way we do politics as an agent of change both locally and in the wider world, and her latest book, The Politics of Waking Up, speaks to that. Get all the book links and resources at https://www.mbs.works/2-pages-podcast/
Indra reads from Ken Wilbur’s ‘A Theory of Everything.’ [Reading begins at 28:10]
Hear us talk about:
- The definition of power. “Too often seen as force or coercion.” [2:45]
- “People came together in extraordinary ways.” [13:31]
- “It’s not politics itself which is toxic…” [36:28] |
- A force of change. [43:16]
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Indra Adnan’s Book | The Politics of Waking Up: Power and Possibility in the Fractal Age
Ken Wilbur | A Theory of Everything
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