What happens when our imaginary bubbles get closer to each other?
If bacteria are community-forming organisms, then what can humans learn from bacterias, so that humanity acts as one organism?
Like blue-greens capture energy to make food, humans (can) capture creative energy to make ideas and projects that shape our culture.
What environment bacterias need? And humans?
Then, like waste is food, ideas are food.
Also, if each body part has different (stable) populations of bacterias, how does that apply to a human-made world run by human creativity?
Do not flush the fear. But make campsites.
Co-create overall means build on each others work.
Trying to spot the Needs.
Co-ooking your meal and sharing during the feast.
If science discovers, business operates, then art delivers.
If there are thinking habits, here is one: Sharing* space.
Not helping but simply sharing knowledge, creations, …
Not expecting but simply sharing attention.
Advice with a soft touch. How nice is that!
Personal Learning Networks.
If I agree that nature is an inspiration, how does it apply to human life? I think human beings differ from other beings in their imagination and follow up activity. Imagination is sparked by our experiences. Explore more. Then create. Solo. Together. Co-create for the Earth. What I’m not sure about is Solo. Does solo creation happen before (if we are always shaped by experiences..)? Or can we co-create straight away? How would co-diary work? Co-creation is a most meaningful way to be, so why not allow it to be?
Bend but stay still grounded.
Gyvenimas su gyvūnais pilnas gyvybės!
I strive for the impossible – the world where everyone creates naturally. I thought everyone needs more or better tools? Maybe just time and space.
Kritika palieka dėmę širdyje. Geriau nekritikuok neprašyta. OK.
When Urgent knocks the door, lock your Self and pause.
Not everyone will realise they need (something) to feel good.
So it is a responsibility of those who notice individual and shared needs to look after others.
Give First exhausts, but works.
Ha! Questioning inside waves. Questioning outside breaks.
Coexistence bothers me before sleep. What matters? Freedom and attention to the needs of those nearby.
Can + – really exist in one? Or perhaps what is needed is zoom out?
Following does not mean self is gone.
Exploring someone else’s world can co-exist with your own.
Kai norisi judėti turbo greičiu, pabandyk patiekti mintį jausmu.
Kalbame apie Tapatybę. O ką tai reiškia? Tapatu reiškia bendra.
Kas yra universaliai bendra? Gamta, iš kurios kyla ir idėjos.
O kas yra Gamta?
Savęs ir Pasaulio pažinimas.
Kai vaikštinėju, pasvajoju. Kiek naujovių! O galėtų būti ir dar daugiau… Bet šiek tiek kita linkme. Kita vertybių sistema.
O kokia ta sistema?
Kai vaikščioju miške, džiaugiuosi harmonija. Kiekvieno augalo buvimu, bet ir visumos tėkme.
O kaip yra žmonėse? Kurgi ta darna, su savimi, tiek su kitu, tiek su visuma.
O gi, tėkmėje!
Distance communication is so far away from face-to-face. Emoji is nothing like a hug. Blurry video doesn’t smile. Here is a small improvement for apps.
Touch a screen with a finger. Your friend does it too. Vibration like a sight.
What do we all secretely want? That someone listens with no advice, that someone shows how, that someone simply helps without asking for permission.
Hearing an opinion that comes from within makes my heart sing.
What’s not true is Permission.
Co-existence is never fulfilled solo. Because links is what create belonging. Just being. Just give. Balance it with just ask.
I seek independence. But I’m inside the ecosystem. Because that’s how life works.
So, how to navigate the ecosystem? Balance me vs we? Schedule.
If I were to pick one thing from the natural world, it’d be diversity. Snails are slow. Eagles sharp. Seals wet.
And humans vary too!
I’m only learning to accept a sea of personalities, abilities and strengths.
Being compassionate does not work together with being organised nor visionary. Compassionate is about now. Not tomorrow. And not next steps.
A cell is both, an individual and a part of an arm. And of the body.
Same with humans. We’re on our own but also a part of something bigger by default. A part of a human species. And of a planet Earth. And of the solar system. And of the universe.
And what’s awareness then? Maybe realising which role to play when. Different needs matter then.
Learning to be an arm, sometimes a head, sometimes a finger for a team. Same like cells are units of their own but also part of the bigger unit – the body.
What if “self” is not truly important? While creating value for everyone is. Self suddenly gets lost in the process.
We set goals for one and assume everyone does. What about we get together first and then set common goals?
Energy is more important than efficient result. Because energy caries emotions which we remember. We forget the results. We often change paths and past results don’t matter. But the energy stays. We remember.
I asked a nurse: “What is one thing about caring?” “Love and compassion,” she said.
How to learn to love everybody then? There are tools for efficiency. But what about scaling caring?
It comes down to micro interactions. Being kind to oneself. And others. Even if the inside burns with anger.
How important it is to involve in an activity of determining your own values. Because – that’s how we trust the world, by starting to trust oneselves. From trust comes a willingness to collaborate, rather than fight, literally.
Values determination comes from observation.
Give the world tools to observe and some time.
Would a world evolve to a better place to be?
Ethics is a common topic in business and in technology. What are ethics? It’s a personal question, first.
Making myself (and/or others) better vs. Making myself (and/or others) worse.
The challenge is – ecosystems we live in are so complex and complicated, so that in most moments we cannot answer this question.
How might we simplify? Why complicate?
How might we have a good existence individually and collectively?
Can nature be our role model?
How to talk about Problems and Feelings?
What I learned from the oldest people is to work:
“Here is how to do it.”
“Now, have fun!”
Freedom & Play.
If all work would be like that? No micro management. No authority. No even purpose. Because some tasks don’t have a higher mission behind it. They just need to get done. When you have fun and are clear how to do it, you are motivated to do it anyway.