Baamplex indeed. :) These couple excerpts particularly resonated for me:
"And if the subtler satyagraha doesn’t work, we must get even 'gentlier and gentliest'. This is perhaps the call of the hour. In the face of repeated failures of overt satyagraha, from climate change to inequality to autocracies, we need to cultivate an ecosystem of beyond-market and beyond-government solutions that can authentically hold a gentler and subtler satygraha and sustainably uplift all life."
"Living in an increasingly complex world, with pernicious reward mechanisms, will likely require many of us to try many different experiments, many different longshots. ServiceSpace is but one of them."
The diversity *within* ServiceSpace spheres, and the diversity of kindred "longshots" that cross pollinate mutual inspiration--I find it exciting to ponder those too.
Also, if values like ahimsa are one of the primary seeds being sown in this metaphorical field, I'm curious about the subtle inputs that cultivate a "do-nothing" approach and allow for beyond-organic growth, if you will. (I love the language of listening for that unique frequency we are each here to transform (or something like that)). Vs. a more, say, fertilizer approach to encouraging a culture of being-the-change. I don't have answers clearly, :) but I know from my own experience I've walked a line at times of introjecting values (taking them in without fulling digesting/integrating them). And that makes me curious how--and to what--I'm relating to in the field in those instances. Not sure how cogently that will present, just some reflections spontaneously sparked. :)