what i’m learning – things can change overnight.. (expo ness)
no more same song
interesting what ‘non-essential’ gatherings are disbanded: schools, work-places, (supposed to’s.. of school/work et al), mega-gatherings, gyms (people have time to go outside more.. natural movement), airports, restaurants, ..
and that (hopefully) more are getting a wak-up call.. zoom out view.. to the big monopoly game we keep perpetuating.. when they see ‘impossibilities‘ happen ie: debt/rent/mortgage suspended/dismissed, reset of the game – everyone getting new money – no strings, people bypassing money exchange just to get resources to people in need
10 people or less – missing piece #2 – be w fam – 7ish people – 30 min/day
“as scary as this is, it’s also a potential quantum leap forward for organizers. We can expand our skillsets; we can pioneer new forms of digital organizing; we can meet people where they’re at;’
linked to article from mar 13 2020 – Coronavirus Demands a Quantum Leap in Organizing
here are 10 ideas to get you started
deep enough ness
wanting fam to start google hang out ing.. 7ish yrs ago.. never happened.. now they want to.. so fam time increases during virus ness.. but not when no pandemic.. probably because 1\ now they have time 2\ now they themselves have used .. and see lots of others using ie: zoom et al
the game is over..? (more on virus ness page)
“We must dare to say it: it is not the virus that kills, it is the chronic pathologies that make a CoV-2 SARS infection potentially fatal to certain patients already heavily affected by these societal diseases, whereas it is benign for healthy people.”
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/mbauwens/status/1244851246743408642
michel fb share:
yes, many people I know feel exhausted, including myself
“Feeling exhausted during the pandemic? This philosopher says you could have moral fatigue
While humans are creatures of habit, everything is out of order right now. Michael Baur says ‘slow down’.”
h/t Gerhard Jung
“It is possible to take this situation as an occasion to not be so mindless and habituated and to think twice about what really was necessary,” he said.
langer outcome law page:
We should exploit the power in uncertainty. (p5)
this is how i view entropy.. ness
For those feeling as if things are a bit out of their control and looking for something to ease their anxiety, Baur encourages people to stop looking for rules or policies to follow.
Carol Black (@cblack__) tweeted at 11:47 AM on Thu, Apr 16, 2020:
Read the replies. So many.
5 min video about david‘s insight
“There really seems to be this idea that people who are putting their lives on the line for the sake of all of us, shouldn’t be compensated with money because they’re not doing it for money.” @davidgraeberhttps://t.co/Oxii7cfaWH
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/brutamerica/status/1255535954561044483
we have a unique opp to realize just how silly all that is and just cut it out.. we need to focus on what’s really important to us.. and that would mean.. not going back to sleep.. can we do that.. i don’t know.. there’s going to be huge pressure on us to ‘get back to work’
There was never any lockdown. There was just middle-class people hiding while working-class people brought them things.
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/jjcharlesworth_/status/1316418588207648774
let’s curate (take care of souls)