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>Might it be possible to have a global village, all of us Us, none of us Them?
>It would be helpful, were it possible.
>But, my cynicism kicks in overtime, and sees no possibility.
>I want to be wrong.
Many years ago I saw a saying on a wall of the monkey house in the zoo of
Basel, Switzerland .
It said: We are the transition from apes to humans.
I always liked that saying.
It also means, if you work on it, you help us get to step closer to it (them)
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