Monthly Archives: October 2019
My purpose in this course we are pursuing is to help the 300 year generation become a better race of human. I don’t know how to do that. You are invited to join the noodle. :- Doug.
Open space for 300 years. :- Doug.
What would a better humanity look like—in 300 years? :- Doug.
Is there room in our circle for those 300 years ahead? :- Doug.
Can humanity get any better than this—in 300 years? Can Open Space Technology help? :- Doug.
What can we do about the futures of gathering? :- Doug.
It’s 2321: Do you know where our children are? :- Doug.
As a service to the eleventh generation, witness. Them, us, the generations. :- Doug.
Life pulls me forward! :- Doug.
I had proposed questions and stories addressed to individuals in the succeeding generations, if any. I was wrong. I left out community and especially conversation. Who are we together, and can we be better? Together? Organically? :- Doug.
My life experience is my own; my parents’ feels like background, contributing to my basic worldview. My grandparents’ seems quaint, a distant, overarching philosophy. :- Doug.
Some books and other writings require more mental effort than others. How do we engage our readers? Story? Questions? What do you think? What techniques have you used? To write deliberately in this manner—to engage one’s readers in an unending … Continue reading
Send us your stories for 300-year grandchild elders. :- Doug.
People in a few centuries might be living for 200 years. Does that mean that populations have ballooned? We not only have adults, babies are still arriving, and we have 3 or 5 generations of elders? Or will people start … Continue reading
Far-sight and “it does not matter” means we have smoothed out the hills and valleys, made the crooked ways straight. :- Doug.
Pinpoint where your thinking rolled over to thought. From there, continue to think. :- Doug.
I wrote this story for you. :- Doug.