Tag Archives: community
The Vienna Hauptbahnhof is becoming quite familiar now as I complete my seventh day in a row as a volunteer there. Today when I arrived, I sensed something different in the feel of the place. I guess that I’ve now … Continue reading
From my journal September 6, 2012:
When I attended an open space session on story harvesting as a practice for nomads, I was unsure, even skeptical maybe. My first, limited concept was finding stories of Art of Hosting (AoH) practitioners and … Continue reading
Peter Block and John McKnight turn their astute perspectives regarding the power of community onto the issue of healthcare with the observation that (according to the CDC no less), of the five major factors impacting health, medical care accounts for … Continue reading
I can hardly pull myself away from the events going on in Athens and throughout Greece right now. Calling it “Real Democracy” or “Direct Democracy”, the people of Athens are returning to their roots as the birth place of democracy … Continue reading
Lately I have been in a number of conversations about self-organizing systems, emergence and what it means to be part of encouraging the development of a different kind of community. In these conversations, I feel challenged to articulate distinctions between … Continue reading
Walk Out Walk On: A Learning Journey Into Communities | Interview with Author Deborah Frieze from The Socio Capitalist on Vimeo.