Category Archives: Conversation
How humanity ripens as we meet ancestors born and unborn. :- Doug.
One task we could set ourselves as elders in search of our eldering grandchildren is to open large territories of human imagination for our grandchildren and us to explore. Together. :- Doug.
Can we meet, combining to make each of us new and interesting? :- Doug.
In conversation that passes understanding I will meet you :- Doug.
Explore values with others wanting to make the most of humanity’s now. :- Doug.
Will humanity be recognizable in 300 years? Perhaps not physically, but in their quandaries, yes. In that sense, there is no urgency. In the sense that what we are doing today is a pebble in the pond, we have choices: … Continue reading
What vocabulary do the ancestors have that we lack? What vocabulary can we create with them? :- Doug.
What is my Why? Why do I feel the strong pull to get to this work? When I started this quest toward the 300-year grandchild elders, it was with the aim of improving humanicity. The problem with defining “improving” in … Continue reading
About starting a stranger-conversation: be curious. Invite exploration. Influence thoughts toward the generations to come. Speak up when people say ageist, generationist things. Seek the higher. :- Doug.
Give people an action, a something to do. Write? Reflect? Write a letter, create a dance, or a movie. Speak out for the generations, speak out to the generations. Find the urgency and give something to do to respond. :- … Continue reading
One advantage one imagines of a conversation with one’s own 11th generation is that there is a quick openness to sharing inner darkness, light, truths, and quandaries. It does not matter what I think of them or they of me. … Continue reading
The unending conversation among grandchildren :- Doug.
The curious conversation :- Doug.
The 300 year conversation in curiosity. :- Doug.
And so in the late 22nd century we began to experiment with putting together various types of people with other types. (You wonder why we had not tried that before, or at least I do.) When an introvert and a … Continue reading
I am seeing now that this work is not necessarily a conversation which is a circle, rather a spiral, a progression with perhaps abandoned campfire circles along the way. It is a work that is not ever complete, but one … Continue reading
This silence To be shared A place To pick up The same questions :- Doug.