sábado, 24 de dezembro de 2016

The Guardian
4 h ·

"The truth is that most Brits are making a reasonably passable go of life as individuals. It’s as a collective – a people who used to rub along well enough, but seem increasingly incapable of tolerance, empathy or letting go of our cherished individual grievances – that we’re failing. Louise Casey’s review said migrants needed to integrate better into British society. In fact, it’s all of us."

Self-help works for us as individuals – but as a society we’re failing
We have spent decades seeking self-improvement but the price has been loss of tolerance and empathy

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