Few people would deny that we’re having to think more seriously about what kind of world we want to live in and how our actions can affect the environment. What about our thinking? Does the mental environment also have a role? Do anger, impatience, hatred, frustration, also affect the environment by influencing our thoughts and actions? These questions raise larger issues, such as the possibility that when we give our mental consent to something, we add to its force in the world.
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