Food for Thought: Thinking like a mountain

“The story of the creation of this mountain evokes permanence, patience, adaptability and nobility. […] If we thought in the way that mountains were formed, we would treat the natural world with more respect.”

Robert Bateman in Thinking like a Mountain

Will taking a longer view help us discover healthier models of thought and behaviour for cultures around the world?

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