May 3, 2022-- "This five-stage process originated in ancient Tibet as the Four Karmas (actions). It demands
deep inquiry: we rely on differences of experience and perception in order to discern actions
that might bring sanity to addressing the issue. It requires humility: we honor the fact that no
one person or group has the answer (not even me). It requires appreciation: the experiences of
all stakeholders are essential to understanding the complexity of the issue. It requires patience:
we take the time to understand diverse perspectives. It develops insight: we open to collective intelligence that arises as we work well together." Margaret Wheatley shares more in this thoughtful piece. (1463 reads)
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