Rex Hammock Plays His Crisis Card

Some of us are wired to think the world is going to hell in a handcart. And some of us are not

Some of us view the world as physical scientists: we see everything breaking, declining and dying. We see that even about ourselves (and for most of us, our bodies are breaking as we age). We see it about institutions like government and media. We see it about our cities and our economies and our churches and schools — and all social structures. And some of us view the world as engineers: we see all things — especially broken things — as something that needs improving or fixing — and that can be fixed. And we start looking for the right tools.

It’s an excellent post. I left a Comment there with my view. Add yours.

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