none of us are free
how intentional we were about inviting people to play, about how we were purposeful in making everyone feel part of the conversation – kevin hodgson in reference to clmooc
edging (terry elliott) more toward being invited to exist… than invited to my/our party/play..
ah. terry. grazie.
one synapse connecting – melding the need for inviting.. with the significance of where to..
what makes the dance dance – is that everyone gets to play. everyone.
spaces of permission with nothing to prove.
like Tim saying the web won’t work unless the whole world is on it.
“Nobody’s free until everybody’s free.” – Fannie Lou Hamer
love T’s insistence on an all-of-us world..
Joey Ayoub (@joeyayoub) tweeted at 4:51 AM – 23 Mar 2017 : I genuinely don’t understand what people talk about when they say ‘our way of life’ when I see so many homeless people in London. (http://twitter.com/joeyayoub/status/844864172756119557?s=17)
penned this then this comment in m of care – nov 27:
fahrettin: this whole thing about living as if already free.. may cause us to think.. we don’t have to do further.. we are already free.. but not if our focus is all of us.. we are not winning (free).. this principle may create for block of creating real work