Humans as Community
Humans have ~10 times more bacterial cells in our body than animal cells, we're 90% non-human by cell.
1) Each human is an ecosystem rather than an individual.
2) Bacteria are community-forming organisms.
If each human is an ecosystem, why in our society we pay so much attention to "individualism" rather than "togetherness"? What would promote "WE" thinking?
If humans are bacterias (community-forming organisms), then what can humans learn from bacterias? How might we act as "community-forming beings"?