Engagement

If we encounter resistance, we must engage it.

If there is resistance to our work or our way of being, that is a sign that we have probably not found the optimal solution. We must then engage others in pursuit of understanding what is missing from, or wrong with, our current embodiment of Heaven on Earth.

As we struggle to understand what must be done to bring us nearer to our sacred goal, we invite all who are willing to join us in a mutual engagement. Together, we will participate in patient listening and exploration until we can correct the problems by co-creating a new way of being, and trying again. In this Open Source Process, our Truths are always evolving, never final.

We call this process of engagement, through which, together, we correct errors and co-create new solutions, “co-recognition.”



People who only see one side of things
Engage in quarrels and disputes.

~ The Buddha ~
In the Tittha Sutta (Ud VI.4), after reciting
The Parable of the Blind Men and the Elephant




Truth springs from argument amongst friends.

~ David Hume ~


We can work it out.

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~ The Beatles ~



Come now, and let us reason together . . .

~ Isaiah 1:18 ~