From Mendy Johnson in America, we now had back to Europe, and to Germany where we make contact with Vicky Jocher, today’s ‘Folks for a World that Works’ correspondent. #ffawtw is OurNet’s occasional Q&A featuring everyday, inspiring people in and around our community.
OurNet: Thank you for taking part in the #ffawtw interview Vicky, what’s your big passion?
Vicky: My big passion? It is that if as a humanity we were to pool together, what we could achieve.
It would be so fantastic if as a humanity we could stop creating living as for survival, as it is for so many on the planet, and get to where everyone could enjoy a life that is for living, and not struggling.
OurNet: What would a ‘world that works’ look like to you?
Vicky: Where people listen to each other, understand their differences and cultures. Where people understand that these differences are what make for widely and hugely interesting experiences, exchange of experiences, views and ideas.
Again, how we could pool together and see where as a whole we could take us.
OurNet: What is stopping us from creating a ‘beautiful world we all know in our hearts is possible’?
Vicky: Fear and the need to survive.
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