How we must beat the ‘mind-virus’ to save our world

To Native Americans, ‘wetiko’ is a cannibalistic spirit capable of taking over people’s minds, subverting life’s purpose to selfishness, cupidity and acquisitiveness, undermining innate powers of creativity, and rendering the human race its…

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Writer, poet, tutor and mentor in literature and creative writing (MA and BA Hons degrees in English literature), book editor, journalist and musician.

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