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I am facilitating the creation of a puppet show called "Confronting the Tiger". A creation that shall not be taken literally. It shall not be pedantic or preachy. It will try to replicate what those kids poems, tales and songs that help long into adulthood. It will utilize some of the most recent observations on how we process information and behave in books such as "Thinking, Fast and Slow" and "The Brain the Changes Itself", "Punished by Rewards" and "The 5 regrets of the dying".
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We are collaborative by nature. Most of us are. Both comes with the species. Being collaborative allowed us to confront the tiger instead of fleeing and if that failed acting like a cornered rat. I wonder if it be used to confront our own intra-species preditors, our "Snakes in Suits, When Psychopaths Go to Work" in positions of trust making decisions that affect our quality of life. Can we afford not to try?
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