In her second book, Miki invites us to dream the future on a global scale and to bring this future into being by living and working for change as if that world already exists. You can buy it on Amazon or get a discount on five or more copies at our store (above).
Miki Kashtan is an international teacher, creator of Convergent Facilitation, and author of three books, the latest being Reweaving Our Human Fabric: Working Together to Create a Nonviolent Future. She hopes this website will offer you tools and ideas for creating a world in which all of us thrive.
Miki’s writing tends to be complex and rich. This book is completely different. It’s simple, yet deep. Short, yet comprehensive. Enjoy 200 concise, evocative distillations of Miki’s wisdom, illustrated with powerful and original images.
“When a behavior becomes the norm, we lose our ability to view it as dysfunctional.” Jeff Garson, Reflection #42, Radical Decency (URL temporarily inactive).
“To reinforce the majoritarian dream, the nightmare endured by the minority is erased.” Ta Nehisi Coates, My President Was Black.
What is it that makes the …
In last week’s piece, I wrote about what I might do in the world if I had a lot of access to resources while having the same values, sensibilities, and beliefs that I have now.
In answering that question, I skipped over the major issue that values, sensibilities, and beliefs …
The question is simple: what would I do now, in this period of human history, and especially as we are all adapting to this new presidency, if I had a lot of access to resources while having the same values, sensibilities, and beliefs that I have?
There is, of …
The global web magazine based in London, UK, openDemocracy has a section called “Transformation – Where love meets social justice.” Miki was recently invited to contribute there and her first piece went up today:How we talk about race and safety can really make a difference.
Check it out! It’s …