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Storytelling: how things came to be this way. Photo by Vanessa Serpas on Unsplash

Telling a Better Story

Reframing Our Relationship to Power

I have a problem. I was wondering if you could help me.

Better Questions

I have been taking a course at Bez Arts Hub on Faith, Arts, & Culture, led by Dwight Friesen. For the last class of the year, he had a question for us. What he has learned through teaching is that he is not interested in better answers. He is more interested in asking better questions. So, he asked, “What questions do you have?”

A Better Story

This morning, I listened to a conversation with Tripp Fuller, Gareth Higgins, and Brian McLaren.

The Seventh Story

Gareth Higgins explains how they are reframing our relationship to power with seven stories.

Rest and Reconciliation

I have been meeting with one of my favourite human beings, Natasha Stobbe, who has been offering wisdom, coaching, and spiritual direction. She reflects my own ideas about direction and focus to help me articulate and clarify intentions, visions, and goals for my life and the community that I seek to cultivate and build.

Companions for the Journey

I acknowledge that I do not have the power to live this life on my own. As human beings, we are social creatures who thrive on connection, but, in social isolation, we become addicted to self-destructive behaviours. We live in an interconnected global community where, if one hurts, we all feel the pain.

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Designer, writer, educator, social architect, founder, Builders Collective, Leading with Design.

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