It’s back to the USA for today’s ‘Folks for a World that Works’ Q&A, with grateful thanks to Mendy Johnson for taking part. She follows a rather sobering set of responses from Ruben Kenig with her trans-Atlantic, evolutionary perspective.
OurNet: Thank you for taking part in the #ffawtw interview Mendy, what’s your big passion?
Mendy: I’m female, black, American (NYer), a writer, lover of comedy, mass media, and technology. My big passion(s) are writing and satire.
OurNet: What would a ‘world that works’ look like to you?
Mendy: A fully functioning world would acknowledge past and present mistakes, lies, oppressive behaviors, and dysfunctional systems; then glean information from those errors that allow for true evolution or moving earth and humanity forward, to try and figure out the purpose of life, and each person’s role in it.
OurNet: What is stopping us from creating a ‘beautiful world we all know in our hearts is possible’?
Mendy: Avarice, apathy, the ideal of male dominance, manipulation, exclusion – to name a few.
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