Public ed is the perfect place for such a sandbox. 100% via redefinition.
These ideas gained reaffirmation as we studied Yaacov Hecht‘s work in Israel, he writes in Democratic Education, of protecting a sand-box so to speak, of a young boy who only wanted to play soccer, for two years.
As as we read the work and words of Jiddu Krishnamurti,
Perhaps 100% is best for all humanity. [holacracy et al law ness]
Perhaps it’s our means to a thriving sustainability. If I’m owned by someone, to whatever degree, I can’t give everything. The proving of oneself, strips us. And that partial-ness lessens our community.
Perhaps most of our fears of the chaos/laziness/? we assume inevitable with 100% freedom, is based on spaces/research/situations where 100% was never given/taken, never truly experimented with.
There is never nothing going on. Imagine if we started listening to/honoring/experimenting with that mindset/truth/respect/breathtaking wonder.
Let’s not be missing it.