"wet land", a children's video. New Myth #43 Willi Paul, NewMythologist.com

"wet land"
a children's video
New Myth #43
Willi Paul, NewMythologist.com

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nesting songs
ripple resilience
grass filter
mud bugs engineering 
channel eyes
water alchemy
inflow outflow
heart beat ecology
shelter eggs
hibernation bloom
food feed 
tiny house to go

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"Tell a story. Find stories where your frame is built into the story. Build up a stock of effective stories." George Lakoff, Don't Think of an Elephant!

That "elephant" is huge and global. It's absurd that it's more urgent and more complicated than ever to do something about the status quo. There should be out there a very different context or frame (or myth) in order to think, behave, and make plans properly.

Hi Alek - Is this a critique of my "frame?" How is Myth #43 doing there? 

I’m not at the moment in the mood (or situation) to write who I am and what I am doing right now. I understand what you are trying to achieve and I appreciate it. Still, people out there who are in positions that they can contribute more to the cause need a completed role model, a group of people doing something big (without focusing too much on financial self-interests)  in the realm of networking, collaboration, coordination, and sustainability AND achieving a result. Flower power was capable to scare the system forty years ago, but the system (on its way to the breaking point) is now enormous and too well defined. If I didn’t think that the solution (its psychological part) is probably very similar to your work, I wouldn’t be writing this comment. 

I see my approach as eco-magic / alchemy / + +.



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