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In what ways are we evolving?

In what ways are we evolving? How will we change in the future? Are there any major areas where we are evolving more rapidly than in others?
Clare Holden from Cumbria (Age 15-24)

Have humans stopped evolving? If not, when we will next evolve?
Class 2-1 King Edward VI School from Southampton (age 5-14)


One Response

  1. I struggle to see how we are evolving sometimes but I can tell you how I think we should be. I believe the only way for us to evolve is in a spiritual way with a strong social conscience. We should be looking to grow as individuals instead of sticking our heads in the sand. We should be looking at how we can better serve humanity instead of ourselves. We should be moving away from individual, specific religions and more towards a general spiritual acceptance and love for each other. Then we will have truely evolved.

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