Sustainability

What does “The Human Fable” mean?

The logo represents the ancient masks used in Greek theatre.
Greek theatre masks were designed so that the spectators could see the expressions of the actors more clearly, therefore building their understanding of the story. This analogy is akin to the grand play we must all enact in a way where our actions and our voices will be further understood to create the ultimate ending we all strive for. An ending where humans live in harmony with Earth.

The Human Fable is the ambitious story born at the crossroads of fiction and nonfiction carrying in its cradle the prophetic scroll that defends the happiest of endings for all humankind…one that passes the test of time where humans agree to live in harmony with each other and nature. 

It is the untold story of human’s role in creating the world we ultimately crave but can’t fathom its existence. The dreamy fable that is in our grasp more than we think. But it’s still not too late to act. ALL the invited guests on this show understand this and hopefully will inspire you to do the same.

Moreover, we have the power to write this fable in history. History has shown progress to be inevitable, but there are more suitable measurements of success and progress out there that will contribute to our common vision. While it may be frowned on for history to repeat itself, there is one exception. Back to the moment where life came into existence and the cycle of life advanced in its natural course…where the very thing we are repeating comes from the very source we are all here in the first place.

Are you ready to partake in the “eco-lution”?

“Human nature will be the last part of Nature to surrender to man. The battle will then be won.”

– C.S. Lewis

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