"That's done, Richard. For anyone else who does not want to receive (VERY occasional) emails, please go to you "settings" page (link in the upper right, below your name), select "email," then check the box at the bottom of…"
"inventory is like taking stock - what resources are committed to the movement - in people, time, cars, technology, plane flights? ideas that are working - where are they from an implementation point of view? for example - the ISO 26000 is a…"
"by the way - does any one have a sophisticated - ie digitally designed - inventory or resource program that they can recommend?
I do not. I do however have a design in mind.
has anyone got one now.?
"Hi Ben, Janos, Brian and others.
I am writing in response to the great suggestions being made, and to that effect it is good to know where we are now - today. Today is such an important day for so many reasons. Start with this…"
Thanks for getting back to me.
I would like to take part in a "reunion". Take stock of where we are; do a "post mortem" on where we have been; think about where we should be going as "activists" (thinking,…"
"Hi Janos! This site is essentially a record of the work we did for sixteen months, from October 2011-Jan 2013. That said, it's still technically "functioning," as our exchange demonstrates. I just don't think anyone is paying…"
"As we all watched the Occupy Movement erode, and as I witnessed an emotional force there more interested in opposition than support, which is of course the nature of emotional force, I returned my focus to alternative pathways. In 2012, I…"
"The most inspiring terrain to me is the terrain of bringing *all* different ideas and visions together and encouraging them to cross-pollinate :-) ...but since that is probably not the answer you were looking for, the areas that are frontmost in my…"
"I'm certainly willing to help with taking this forward, if a little group of people forms here, that is insane enough to take this on :-) ...I'm in!
I strongly believe that in the spirit of Occupy Cafe, there is a need for a…"
Many of us Northern Californians are familiar with the wise-cracking, wise-guy affectionately know as Swami Beyondananda, aka Steve Bhaerman, and his lovely consort Trudy Trueheart. Steve's ability to lighten up weighty subjects has brought relief to many a soul. Thanks for keeping the light lit,…
Thanks for the opportunity to share. Here is a thought about a collaborative opportunity. A friend of mine and I have worked in International Development for many years. As the world is changing to leaps and bounds so too our industry needs to look into the future and imagine how we need to do things now. After much discussion and lots of research, we have come to the conclusion is that for all nations to reach a level of development that enables their citizens to have life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, there are three key pieces that need to be integrated and in some kind of balance. These three pieces are Human Capital, Technology, and Natural Resources. The forces that are outside of this and difficult to control are natural disasters. We think that there is a backdrop of human consciousness that will result in a global mindset that is will inspire the balance that we are talking about. I would love to have collaborators to help us further develop this and discover how and where we might use it.
I don't see the capability to upload files on the Community Weaving Group. I was able to upload documents on the Vital Conversation page for the Community Weaving conversation on 8/27/12. Please advise how to upload files to the Community Weaving Group. Thx!
There is so very much to share and discuss! I am honored to be a part of Occupy Cafe and eager to share what I've seen and felt and experienced to date, to answer questions, and to convey your thoughts and interests to others in the square!
Lets speak to the deep meaning of the vampire myth in relationship to modern day. How many people, especially many of us rationalized liberals, realize that myth speaks to reality. Our issue in not understanding is our lack of an intelligent understanding of metaphor, which epistemologist Gregory Baetson defines as “a language…See More