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Imran Garda (@ImranGarda) tweeted at 5:16 AM – 19 Nov 2019 :
Revolutionaries that become the leadership rarely trust their people, because they know.
If they did it with us, they can do it to us. (http://twitter.com/ImranGarda/status/1196764248610942976?s=17)

why would a true revolutionary ever become a leader

revolution: instigating utopia everyday (m hardt)

and a few days after this:

Harold Jarche (@hjarche) tweeted at 5:16 PM on Tue, Oct 29, 2019:
The world is too complex for singular leaders: “A group of individuals whose collective behavior is controlled by a single individual cannot behave in a more complex way than the individual who is exercising the control” https://t.co/fdaebmO5Y1https://t.co/zVSehed1cx

‘leaders know that hosting others is the only way to get complex, intractable problems solved’ – meg wheatley

yeah.. i don’t know.. i think we miss the boat by thinking we have to host/lead/join anything..

thinking esp of invited to exist ness.. and invited vs invent ness and dave’s campfire analogy


we keep putting ourselves on hold.. by the distraction/cancer of thinking we need leaders.. (ie: how much of our day is spent debating about which leader.. rather than questioning/forgetting any leader.. and just getting on with the day.. that’s not even getting into the whole sickness/cancer of thinking we have to have someone else to lead rather than listening to our own hearts each day)

undisturbed ecosystem..‘in undisturbed ecosystems ..the average individual, species, or population, left to its own devices, behaves in ways that serve and stabilize the whole..’ –Dana Meadows

self organizing ness.. et al


leader ness as red flag

telling people what to do ness