Monthly Archives: May 2019

To walk in midst of dream

To walk in the midst of your dream —or mine—performs an act of unexpected love for the grandchildren :- Doug.

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Permission: discovered conversation

Premise: through discovered conversation and story we give each other, across centuries, permission, expansion of one another’s ideas, and courage to test our expansion. :- Doug.

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Premise: discovered story

Premise: through discovered story and conversation we draw the generations to better humanity; we draw the species to become ever more whole and inclusive. :- Doug.

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Stories that choose us

We declare but mostly decode the better part of humanity in the stories that choose us as their teller. We decode for the spirits of those who come after. They enter our conversation by putting into our stories their coming … Continue reading

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As good as we get?

Is this as good as we get? What then will you? :- Doug.

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Humanity drawing

Humanity drawing larger circles :- Doug.

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For gathering

Reverence for gathering. :- Doug.

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Mourning brings

Mourning brings us together. :- Doug.

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For belonging

Reverence for belonging. :- Doug.

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Grandson of a granddaughter

I am the grandson of a grandson You the granddaughter of a granddaughter That is enough :- Doug.

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The pinnacle?

Are we the pinnacle? :- Doug.

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A better human community

Not here to make a better world—a better human community. :- Doug.

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You promise better

What is your promise toward making better our species? How do you fulfill it? :- Doug.

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Draw good from us

You’ve done good Now elder Draw good from us :- Doug.

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Always new from elders

There is always something new out of elders. :- Doug.

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Inspire it out of them

Whatever we leave for later generations we won’t teach it into them: we’ve got to inspire it out of them. Same as what we have to receive from the generation 300 years ago. :- Doug.

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Nothing to teach

I’ve nothing to teach, plenty to invent! :- Doug.

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