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Still a good one, this 2005 1-minute video from Global Mind Shift, All Is One. I stumbled upon it yesterday while searching for something else.
It’s some straight talk on growing the ability to be neighbors — which remains a very accessible and applicable invitation to me.
It’s a needed story. It’s also a neglected story. And for many… Continue reading
I have been fortunate to have some outstanding friends and colleagues over the last twenty years. Together we have wandered, and charged, our way into important work that has been impactful. Together we have dared to listen well for what our hearts called us too, which included going… Continue reading
I loved to play ping pong as a kid. Most of that was in my Grandparent’s basement. Most of that was over Thanksgiving, or a two-week summer vacation when my sister and two cousins would stay with Granny and Gramps. We’d play together. I’d play myself against the wall. I prided myself in mostly defensive play, countering spins, placements, and… Continue reading
Today is a shift day for me. I’m coming from six days convening pastors to learn participative leadership and building teams. I’m headed to a day with university professors and leadership, also learning participative leadership, teams, frameworks for connection and learning.
Different group, different dynamics. Yet I have learned that the hunger and desire is often similar. People want to… Continue reading