Rachelle Lamb invites us to consider how our well being is impacted by what we choose to put at the center of our narrative regarding our needs. And how that affects whether or not we get closer to truly serving life and compassion... Please join me in a visualization. Take a minute to imagine that you are a baby panda bear. You live in a zoo in an enclosure designed to resemble the panda bear's natural habitat in the wild. Bamboo, the mainstay of your diet, is flown in regularly for you and your panda relatives to eat. You are a few days old and every care is being given to ensure that you thrive. You are not aware of the fact, and neither are your parents, that your species is endangered. You are not aware of those who have been following your mother's pregnancy with great interest... nor that the news of your birth has spread around the world. In fact, you're on YouTube. Read this article Keywords: needs conditioning interdependence questioning NVC shared responsibility shared needs planetary sustainability enough sufficiency exercises/practices universal human needs Rachelle Lamb Can Needs Be Harmful?