What we are exposed to generally contibutes to the ways we think about the subjects and can alter our worldviews. I don't think either that it means being open to new ideas has always bad consequences, but rather the amount we're willing to digest certainly has to do with something, so to say. I don't mind if people 50 years from now will converge to a more connected and similarly-structured societies. I'm just curious about how minor things could change somethings on earth, in this case, I'm worried about uniqueness.
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The involvement in society in these moments of all social actors is vital. It ends a year full of trials, and why not recognize sprinkled with events that marked us. So the invitation to be more involved, more alive through words and deeds will undoubtedly lead to the conclusion of a project that of the future. What will the year 2021 bring us? It will be a more sustainable agricultural system, the same topics will be found on the public agenda and how we redefine the future independent of constraints by eliminating barriers. These are not just an invitation to dialogue but a view of the year to come. So let's be contemporary with ourselves, let's make our gals come to life, discover our visions and return to traditions! I wish you all a brave new year in 2021
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