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Re-Imagining: the Series

What are the wrongs that you want to right? Are there areas in your life that you are not satisfied with? What are they? Can you imagine flipping them into joys? What about with society? Everyday on the news, and elsewhere, we see riots, wars, forests burning, ice caps melting, political warfare, etc. etc. etc. Commercials and ads are designed to encourage us to buy unhealthy and addictive products. Our presence is bombarded with negatvity and disconnection. Even most science-fiction movies depict a dystopian future! It is time that we re-imagine alternative visions of the future. Not utopian, rather preferred visions, that are radically possible. This Collaborative Blog Series brings together experienced practitioners from a diverse range of fields/backgrounds. Each article is no more than six paragraphs. There are two people that write each post: the lead author(intro 2–3 ¶s) and the responder (concluding 2–3 ¶s). At the end each of the authors are mentioned, as well as practical initiatives that they are a part of, which serve as tangible examples, and in some cases invitations, for positive regenerative work that is already happening. There are a lot of good things happening in the world. And there are many ways for you to act, initiate and/or contribute! This series aims to provoke positive action, and spread positive initiatives and offerings. If you would be interested in contributing to this series, or you know someone that might be, reach out to [email protected] and/or [email protected]. Any/all feedback, ideas and suggestions are warmly welcomed … and remember a share is equal to 20 likes …. ; )


Re-Imagining: the Series is being initiated by Nnaumrata Arora Singh and Daniel Rudolph, who will be co-facilitating a course on Re-Imagining Our Future, which will start on October 26, 2020. Learn more about the course here: Follow the blog, and join the conversation here:

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Daniel Rudolph

For the past ten years I have worked with students and teachers from inner-city New York, rural...

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