[Springboard] The Global Guild

Charles or Doris Hahn cdhahn at flash.net
Sat Apr 16 19:28:57 CDT 2011

Hey Jack!  Clearly this guy is a part of the Global Guild.  How encouraging!  I 
have sniffs that the reconsituted ICA will be generating thousands of these.  
Let's; keep moving.

----- Original Message ----
From: Jack Gilles <icabombay at igc.org>
To: Springboard Dialogue <springboard at wedgeblade.net>
Cc: Steve Harrington <stevehar11201 at gmail.com>
Sent: Sat, April 16, 2011 5:02:57 PM
Subject: [Springboard] The Global Guild

Dear Springboard Colleagues,

Today I ran across the following TED presentation and I said "this is what I've 
dreamed about regarding the global guild in action".  What this tells me is that 
what we talked about several years ago is already happening.  This one has to do 
with community planning and architectural design people, but it could be any 
field.  I happened to be hosting a new friend, a Mexican, who I met by accident 
and we happened to watch it together because he hadn't heard of TED and his 
heart's desire is to help communities design sustainable space.  He presently 
sells insurance and his wife is a wedding photographer, but in his heart he is 
one of us, one of those who's Care is profound and is looking for expression.  
But he and I are another story.  What I want to do is share this TED excerpt 
with you and pose my question; "How do we enable such a network with methods and 
tools of consciousness, effectiveness and presence? (my three triangles on 21st 
Century Formation)?"  I don't know and I just watched this talk, but I know 
somehow we need to find both a way to connect, but more importantly, we need to 
figure out what and how we share (and learn from) those who are engaging their 

Just something to jog your creative processes.




P.S.  If you haven't seen this recent TED talk please watch, but bring a 
handkerchief as it is very moving and inspiring regarding the human spirit.


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