There are a certain kind of moments, I’d like to foster.
They happen once here, once there.
Sometimes they’re long, sometimes they’re short.
There are so many different ways to experience them.
Once in a while, you might like to be on your own,
listening to the nature.
Another time, you might listen to a lecturer
with hundreds of others.
Or you sit in a circle,
directed by the authority of a talking piece.
You might have to choose between
a world- and a pro-action-cafe,
Think about, wether you want an open space
or an appreciative inquiry.
But what truly matters are the moments
in which we let go of fear and hope,
in which we let go of wrong and right.
When we connect to our curiosity towards the world and us.
When we establish a feeling of trust in us and the world.
These are the moments
when learning truly happens,
when learning really deepens,
when everything becomes a teacher.
These are the moments I'd like to foster.