The Art Of Community Episodes

August 23, 2021

Revolution vs Evolution and the Art of a Coherent Community During Turbulent Times

This episode we focus onRevolution vs Evolution and the Art of A Coherent Community During Turbulent Times and we begin with the etymology of revolution: to turn; to roll back. The definition is really revolt, which originally meant to renounce allegiance, which is really interesting since we're always talking about friendship and community and family; the family that we create, but to renounce allegiance that's revolution. Revolution is also a change in paradigm. Evolution is an opening of what was a rolled up and opening of what was rolled up. We discuss the  cause of fear and division. Fawn gives the example of Santa Monica and how the utopia bubble was getting thin, when things became more (here's the four letter word - "busy"), where people began becoming more and more busy, didn't play as often, didn't have happy hour meals as often and began to get quiet in conversation. The family began to dwindle. The free, wild, uncontrollable laughter  didn't happen as much. Things felt more and more serious and soon began that new normal.   So what's the lesson here and this tiny bit of time in this tiny bit of community is the basis for our conversation today? How does revolution ignite in a peaceful heart? How can we turn it around? Here at our friendly world, we always say that friendship is the key to what ails our society. It is the key to social economic and racial conflict. Because when we see  how supported we are, that we are better, stronger together, as we say, we help each other with all aspects of life, we are wealthy, we are not alone and we value each other.

Friendship Society & Culture Relationships Self Improvement Social Justice And Wellbeing Loneliness Epidemic Loneliness Education Management Business Culture The Art Of Friendship Mental Health Happiness Feeling Good Faith Helping Acts Of Kindness The Art Of Community

August 02, 2021

Dissatisfaction

A rant on dissatisfaction and the desire to really live life! Fawn needs your support on this one.

Friendship Society & Culture Relationships Self Improvement Social Justice And Wellbeing Loneliness Epidemic Loneliness Culture The Art Of Friendship The Art Of Community