Angela Abraham Social Evolution Guru

Angela Abraham is a biologist and author. She is the leading voice in the modern call for social evolution, a way to evolve the current global culture and structure to one that is sustainable, healthy and leads to a genuinely happy and thriving humanity, one in balance with planet earth and other species. She specialises in using many areas of biology, including medical, neuroscience and behaviour, to help form policies that will lead to social evolution (slower yet more sustainable, orderly and lasting than revolution). She is a self-confessed spider-web thinker and her articles blend science, faith, creativity, art, linguistics and common wisdom. Angela is currently writing the world's first book on social evolution. Angela is the CEO and founder of "Descriptionari," a website that helps millions of youth worldwide with creativity, writing and better mental health. Her work is also used by authors, script writers and movie industry professionals. Descriptionari is also used to spread good ideas that promote peace, understanding and social cohesion. Descriptionari is a form of social evolution in action, one that has become increasingly mindful of the ways linguistics programs the brain and ways to reverse social damage. She credits her own leaps in creativity and problem solving abilities to the formation of Descriptionari, to forming new random ideas daily for many years before applying the skill to science and peace building. In 2017 Angela published a series of books that integrated emotional intelligence and physics concepts with natural creative stories for young children. The rights to the books were sold internationally and were translated into many languages. She is an accomplished public speaker, speaking as part of a panel at the European Parliament building in Brussels and also at The House of Lords (UK), The Royal and Diplomatic Club in Dubai and The House of Commons (UK). Angela is active in peace advocacy, speaking internationally to promote the role of social evolution in conflict resolution and positive policy making. She finds solutions to conflict of all types, able to see many perspectives, conceptualise them, and show how the parties can find alignment. Often times arguments stem from fear and, to borrow analogy, the parties are as expert tennis players making excellent shots... never realising that they are either on different tennis courts or actually on the same side. Angela is a cyclist, a lover of movies and a fan of nature, able to lose herself in the smallest of details. She takes every opportunity possible to further the cause of social evolution, firmly believing that with love we can find soulful solutions to all the problems of mankind. She believes in blending technology with what's worked in the past for humanity. She is a believer in preserving what is good in culture and promoting community spirit, liberty and creativity. For Angela, joy and access to the "rents of the land" (as English philosopher, John Locke said) should be a birthright and, for that, she both challenges the status-quo with an eye to preserve the old that was the good.


Cultural Cruelty Feeds Biological Devolution

In Britain there is a myth of sorts, that frogs in steadily heating water will not jump out, but die without trying to escape. It is an analogy to show that slow yet harmful cultural changes are difficult to detect from inside a culture.


The Limitations of Language

Let's take a trip in our imaginations; you and I are now scientists in Antarctica. The snow blizzard has slowed to a light flurry and we are eager to get outside. I ask you if you would be so kind as to photograph a penguin. Your brain quickly and easily comprehends that:


Saving Democracy

We've had Democracy 1.0 for a while now, and, well, we enjoy choosing our government, but... for the most part we simply want competent leaders who can get on with their jobs while the rest of the nation gets quietly on with theirs. And, when we are asked to vote, we want choices between excellent candidates and policies, so regardless of the outcome everything stays good and well run. So, can we think of ways to improve on what we have? Can we ask for democracy 2.0?