Chris Corrigan blogged and I doodled.
- How we pay attention changes things
- Deep listening (and tasting, and feeling, and seeing, smelling, and touching, and moving) is a practice worth doing just because.
- There’s no higher goal for learning than to learn.
- There’s no other purpose for feeling good other than to feel good.
- When we move freely, we’re already there.
- We’re better together when we can be with ourselves.
- We’re better together.
Sketch notes from last night’s gathering at OISE with celebrity tree climber and esteemed activist Julia Butterfly Hill.
Carlo Petrini tells stories of power, greed, conviviality and reciprocity to a group of UC Berkeley students who apparently know little of Leonardo da Vinci. (It’s okay. They have time to learn.)
I was reading more about Carlo Petrini, and watching his lectures in service to another project of mine: The Hedonists Challenge. Sometimes it’s not easy to see the connections among everything I follow, so finding Petrini again is reminding me that my slow learning projects do converge.