How do you know who you can trust?

Trust is incremental, it has layers.

When people share the same goal, the same beliefs, when they care about each other’s well-being, it grows.

At the moment, we are huddled across vast divisions of trust.

Not even on the nature of reality can we agree.

Is there a way of resolving conflicts in this context without resorting to brute force, to the negation of your fellow beings and what is real to them?

That is what this book is about.

How it will address this is a process that unfolds incrementally. It is not accessible from one of the many possible summaries, from the first few paragraphs or even the first several chapters. Our society struggles to balance itself upon the chaos that comes of people thinking they understand a person, an idea, a book’s value instantly, as soon as their past provides the clue to what they are confronted with.

How can you find the new through the semblance of the familiar? How can you sense the unknown that is hidden by the known? How can you trust when your past projects a threat?

How can you discover new possibilities without daring to be patient, without unleashing your curiosity?

The Endless Mirror cannot be understood through the prevailing paradigm because it is an answer to that paradigm. It begins where our cultural certainties leave us. It is a process for achieving cognitive flexibility, for coming together through differences of information and experiences.

It is new.

It is a journey to where we are new.

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