See a continuum

I see a continuum: on one end, we ask people to be informed and have their donations of time and money solicited. On the other end, their talents are not merely solicited but engaged: here the potential of the group opens out widely. On one end a focus; on the other fluid patterns. On one end control and predictability; on the other freedom and engagement. On one end a known result, similar to a hundred other meetings; on the other a wide range of results, many not thought of before. On one end more closed potential; on the other more open. On one end death of imagination and passion; on the other life. Choose. Choose life.

:- Doug.

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