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The Best of Times


Coronavirus. Systemic Racism. Divisive Politics. Murder Hornets.


Given everything in the news these days, you'd certainly be forgiven for thinking the world is quickly approaching Armageddon.


Thankfully, it's not.


If you want to start the week with a sense of hope, read this blog post, written by the ridiculously impressive Peter Diamandis.


There's still a lot of room for improvement in the world, and still a lot of work to be done.


But fortunately, the news isn't all bad, despite what the news reports might lead you to believe.


- dp


P.S. If you're interested in knowing how the world will continue to change (and improve) over the next ten years and want to read something that will blow your mind, I highly recommend "The Future is Faster Than You Think", co-written by Peter Diamandis.


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