Category Archives: Eldering

Longer dimensions

This is about thinking in unfamiliar and longer dimensions. :- Doug.

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Speak from our time

We speak to our time from our time for the generations. We cannot speak for them otherwise. We must. :- Doug.

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Watch over time

Do you watch yourself over time :- Doug.

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Idealistic is now

In all your accumulated experience for you to be idealistic the time is now :- Doug.

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600-year short term

A 300-year future in a 600-year now gives an at-homeness in all the change swirling about. More, it instills a steadiness in the wind. It opens our eyes beyond next week and larger than our children to at least our … Continue reading

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Bring macroscope

We have to bring out the macroscope. :- Doug.

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Poetry is how

Poetry is how we converse with our highest selves our furthest ancestors and posterity :- Doug.

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Primary collaboration

This is primarily collaboration. Together, we figure out what we need to learn. What we need to do. :- Doug.

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Butterflies migrating

Be less analytical see pillows and vees butterflies migrating :- Doug.

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Hear maker

We need both to listen is to start to hear is the difference maker :- Doug.

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Generous or callous?

Ought our grandchildren be more generous or callous than we? :- Doug.

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Intertwines history

Along with our individual efforts to improve humanity, are there collective efforts to take—institutional, governmental, municipal, societal, cultural, political, with neighbors? Each life intertwines history. :- Doug.

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Long arc shorter

That long arc, the one that bends towards justice: do you suppose we might shorten it? :- Doug.

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Put humor

Find and put humor into your stories. :- Doug.

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First, self

First, open your self. :- Doug.

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Boggle daily

Three hundred years is at once beyond imagination and within imagination. We stretch. We boggle our daily minds. We think bigger. We respond to issues and opportunities of lineage and species. :- Doug.

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“Story” too big

Sometimes “story” is too big a task. Think of episodes, little chance events that spoke to you. :- Doug.

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