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Engaging with what we see

May 3rd Open Zoom

Once a month I have been hosting an ‘open Zoom’ not directly connected to the books I have written. In them we have tried to pick up on something that we can all contribute to, which is handy as none of us come as ‘experts’. At the last one I suggested that in this month’s zoom (Tuesday May 3rd., 7:30pm UK time) that we seek to share what we ‘see’ / have ‘noticed’ / are anticipating for this year and into 2023.

Although maybe a bit of a bigger picture response I made a video a little while back on Perspectives for 2022. It will be good to watch this before coming on line. Any big picture perspective will be translated into what is immediately before us, so I anticipate our discussion will headline the big picture but focus on the ‘what is around me’ perspective. Love to see you there – no need to let me know you are coming… just show up on the evening.

Here are the Zoom details:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5728039267?pwd=NEozVVM0Z1NJSDFKKzNwdG9KUDc5dz09

Meeting ID: 572 803 9267
Passcode: 5GkMTA


One thought on “Engaging with what we see

  1. From the zoom a couple more things have stuck with me because they’ve challenged me
    Pray for Putin (can’t rememberwho said that)
    I agree. Haven’t heard that before and it feels biblical because Jesus said pray for your enemies!
    Adrian said something about focusing outside oneself to overcome personal trauma and perhaps collective trauma. And there is definitely need around me. Plenty of folks struggling especial those from other nations. Of course we can’t completely ignore our own feelings and experiences but I agree we need to boot become to self absorbed and not over internalise.

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