if you have been wondering how to make a beautiful quilt with neolithic technology, you can have a little break, the answer is right here:
This new impact report on @Enspiral@twitter.com is heckuva interesting, because it doesn't try to fight the complexity of an emergent, self-organising "ecosystem of purposes", and yet it still manages to tell a simple and useful story.
if you ever feel like some gentle zen wisdom, guided meditation, self-reflection, contemplative, low-key funny, secular sermon type stuff, check out Tara Brach's podcast, available everywhere
high insight, low "woo woo"
For people who have been asking about how to start new mutual aid communities: I've just published my current thinking about how to start well + a major update for #microsolidarity plans for 2020.
It's a big one. Please tag folks and RT 😘
Found my new favourite youtube genre while sick in bed for a few days: documentation of DIY projects with a lot of detail but almost no commentary. So wholesome.
Interesting hypothesis from @email@example.com: Burning Man is a "market for social capital, an environment where the exchange rate of financial capital to social capital is extremely favorable."
New Patreon experiment: I'm offering a monthly call for advice/coaching/thinking together for $50/mo.
This is about a third of my usual rate, to test if I could potential make a living entirely from Patreon supporters.
Do you want to try it out with me?
Cofounder: loomio.org thehum.org enspiral.com
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