The vitriol and sheer negativity of some rabid conservative agendas feel like they drag us into contraction and smallness…Paradoxically, it’s only the expansive power of love that can lead us into a politic of inspiration. But how do we, especially in the face of great challenge and a fierce push to fight fire with fire, truly lead with love?
fearlessMeditation I | Practice of the Body CXC | Center for Transformative Change | Berkeley, CA Friday | August 3, 2012 | 7:00-9:30pm Register Love in Action | Teacher’s Retreat The Metta Center | Berkeley, CA Saturday | July 28, 2012 | 10:00am-6:00pm More Info Leadership in Action | Session One Strozzi Institute […]
this past weekend was reimagining organizing, movements and leadership in detroit. once we heard that author and thinker margaret wheatley was going to be in kalamazoo and was willing to come to detroit, we built the event as a way to immerse her in our work here in detroit, and immerse detroit in the ideas […]
WEST COAST fearlessMeditation I | Practice of the Body CXC | Center for Transformative Change | Berkeley, CA Friday | May 11, 2012 | 7:00-9:30pm Register EAST COAST Prisoners Write | Theater of the Oppressed Laboratory The Brecht Forum | New York, NY Friday | May 11, 2012 More Info National Conference on […]
Today’s progressive leaders must systematically and lovingly prepare us to tolerate the inherent discomfort of change now in order to wedge open the way to transformation in the future. To do that, they must be the leading point of that wedge, willing to meet resistance where it is and still hold space for us all to come along.