Our inability to find an answer to the age-old question of, who was more important, you or me, us or them, is preventing us from developing the talents and desire to overcome this unfair behaviour and put a stop to spawning endless cycles of pain, misery and suffering.
Lying at the root of this problem is the dilemma of, whose opinions, goals or desires should be deemed as more important? Should they be mine or should they be yours? Should they be ours or should they be theirs?
Without an answer, people will continue to treat each other unfairly within their personal, social and workplace relationships. Those of different cultures and religions will continue to treat each other in ways that they themselves would dislike, and those in government will continue to abuse the rights of citizens.
Imagine if we could find a solution that did not disadvantage you, me or anyone else? How much better off will we be, personally and culturally, when we resolve this ancient riddle?
This book explores the logic, instincts and desires that motivate us, along with the psychology that dominates human relationships as they are handed down from one generation to another. It explores practical ways for people to better their life circumstances without mistreating others or being unfair to themselves.