While COVID-19 has been an unprecedented calamity on a global scale, could there be a silver lining to it? What can we learn from this pandemic that we may otherwise not have been receptive to?
On a visit to Victoria, B.C. in 2007, my brother-in-law, Horst Molleken, a nature lover, introduced me to the ‘Gaia’ hypothesis proposed by James Lovelock, back in the ‘60s and ‘70s, which entails planet earth to be akin to a living organism having its own feedback and self-regulating mechanisms. This aroused my interest and I... Continue Reading →