Rushkoff’s Sensibility

Any relatively new human creation “depends on our comfort with what we could call a fractal sensibility – the notion that each tiny part of a system echoes the shape and structure of the whole.”

“The key to experiencing one’s humanity is to perceive the way it is reflected in the whole and, in turn, resonate with something greater than oneself.”

“Just as the veins within the leaf of a single fern reflect the branches, trees, and structure of an entire forest – the thoughts and intentions of a single individual reflect the consciousness of the whole human organism.”

– Douglas Rushkoff, in Team Human

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