Archive for April 2nd, 2021

What’s worth conversing?

What subjects are worth conversing with our the eleventh generation?

:- Doug.

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Roots: knots, bulbs, tubers

Roots spread out from here producing knots, bulbs, tubers, and branches at random points and times. Again, notes are sounded in variations on variations, generating new minds. Again, new limbs stretch in new dances from every generation. Profusion! Inventing! Conversing!

:- Doug.

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What will they value?

What will they value? How will our 11th generation children be most closely unlike us?

:- Doug.

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My values might not have value

In a real way I have been having conversations with my eleventh generation grandchildren: through studying the possibilities of the future, of their lives, and what they might or might not value. These have changed how I think about my relationship with them, and how I might best contribute toward them. I have found I need to be more open to them, allowing them to develop as they see fit. I have found that things I value, like love, peace, and solitude, might not have value to them, and so I need to look to broader, more inclusive values. Ever larger.

:- Doug.

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Don’t come out the same

We don’t come out the same, if the conversation is filling its office.

:- Doug.

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