My bubble

More outside
than inside
my bubble

:- Doug.

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Eyes on

Eyes on,
questions for,
generations

:- Doug.

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An inviting unanswerable

What is an inviting unanswerable question for the generations?

:- Doug.

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Stories that lead

How might we ask questions and tell stories that lead to a better humanity?

:- Doug.

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Conversation stories

How might our stories, our questions, create conversation with the generations?

:- Doug.

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Stories as software

Questions and the stories that generate them are the dematerializing of the core of humanity. Just like our machines have steadily become smaller and operate more on intelligence than on brawn. In other words, these are the software and algorithms that make a larger more objectively provably better humanity possible. A humanity interwoven more fully, profoundly, and consciously.

:- Doug.

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Draws us?

What draws us to this inquiry?

:- Doug.

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Complex interwoven?

Can we ask more complex interwoven questions, questions which can have no answers?

:- Doug.

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Scanning mirrors

We have been scanning futures and holding them up as mirrors of who we are. We ask, who might we be?

:- Doug.

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for, for

How can we work for the generations? What is our message for them?

:- Doug.

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Footprints in the Windsm # 1925–Demented or augmented?

Footprints in the Windsm # 1925

I’m not demented—I’m augmented!


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Beneath question

What are the assumptions beneath these questions?

:- Doug.

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Compelling question

Our task in this course, perhaps in this life, is to ask compelling questions. So is this meeting asking the most compelling question?

:- Doug.

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What story will matter?

What can we do to help the generations? What story, what message will matter? Might matter? Will travel? Energize?

:- Doug.

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Journey’s midpoint

Wherever we are is midpoint on the journey.

:- Doug.

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A thin cloud

Divinity may
less be image than a thin
cloud evanescing

:- Doug.

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Primordial beat

We share online
because we want to be
connected to others
—heard by them
seen by them
known
a primordial beat

:- Doug.

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Attorney-client relationship

Attorney-client is a relationship; could we get intentional about growing the relation part?

:- Doug.

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a poem a prayer

a poem can be a prayer
a prayer a poem
a meditation
a floating, flying
largering

:- Doug.

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Sometimes a rhyme’s

sometimes a rhyme’s the thing
to help our poetry and thinking
sing

:- Doug.

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Uplifting snow

It’s a light and pretty snow
an uplifting moment

:- Doug.

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Fat and friendly?

Don’t want my law practice to be lean and mean. Maybe fat and friendly?

:- Doug.

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How to write poetry:

How to start writing poetry: lists; read it; honor your insights; collect reflective phrases from clients and others;

:- Doug.

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