What Makes You Tick? or: the Wells of Maliwada

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Invitation! I want to tap into the vast wealth of knowledge and love from my community… I want to learn more about you and from you, to make this Village a wonderful worthwhile venture.

I’ve been thinking about peaceful coexistence, non-violent communication, acceptance of other worldviews and lifestyles and stewardship of the earth. For some of you that is your life’s work.

gathering-600000ppl-covenant-deut27-4What is the core of your passion?
What is life worth living for?
Who-what is your inspiration?
What are some of your favorite readings?
Would you recommend any courses or workshops?

It could be about a philosopher, writer or poet, about spiritual leadership, the arts, sustainability, ontological development, shamanism or consensus…. anything goes. Please share!

I will read your answers and see what shakes.

Putting you on the spot. And this is an invitation … to play.


onintegrityIt is only fair that I share one of mine: ” On Integrity: Maliwada Human Development Training School”. I’ve carried a copy with me for many years. (it is shared during the Integrity Seminar of Landmark Worldwide).

Recently I decided I wanted to know where it came from. …WWWOAH..There are no co-inki-dinkies: It is likely a speech given by Joseph Wesley Mathews (‘Joe’ or JWM), the founder of the Institute of Cultural Affairs, who laid out a vision of 24 Human Development Projects. These projects were intended show that every human being on the Planet had the potential to live a full and productive life.

In 2009, people who saw that vision continue to embrace its potential and are reshaping the way in becomes manifest in the 21st Century. This paper relates a part of their story: maliwadasgrandchildren

And then… I found this little video produced by JWM, and life is good.

Wells of Maliwada from Interior Mythos Journeys on Vimeo.

In 2009, people who saw that vision continue to embrace its potential and are reshaping the way in becomes manifest in the 21st Century. This paper relates a part of their story: http://www.greenschemesnc.com/…/MaliwadasGrandchildren.pdf

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