How we make meaning of the world determines what we actually value.
When we make meaning of the world through an economic lens, we are taught to value competition, rivalry, and scarcity.
The lens changes, when it no longer functions in the sense that its capacity to explain the world ceases in effectiveness and structures begin to crumble.
A phase shift happens.
A search for making meaning happens.
Chaos emerges, maybe even a war on meaning making (see the current polarisations).
What the new looks like is open. To find meaning that makes sense and is conducive to personal and planetary health takes time, effort, endurance, and a curiosity about the undiscovered path.