Human Life Matters

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This text explores how we can reverse the empowerment of those who value aggressive competitive behaviour so that those in power have human wellbeing as the guiding principle they use for decision making. It challenges the brutalization of children currently occurring under the umbrella of socialization and misnomer of care in many cultures and highlights the existence of innumerable alternative ways of being far more amenable to human and global advancement. Addressing barbaric infiltration of ourselves, our intimate ...

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