The late 60’s brought humanity our first look at Earth and the 70’s brought forth yearly Earth Day’s, New Games, and an awareness that peace was a possibility. The 80’s woke up some to the reality that humanity’s hunger for more and more was ravishing Earth, destroying her beauty and resource base at ever increasing rates of speed. Environments, tools and processes woven together creating environments for emergence, collaboration, new ways of working and different ways of exploring possibilities ...these became known as the MG Taylor process and method. Here big dreams could be tended, linked, and used to foster entrepreneurial and group knowhow. Assumptions could be challenged and awakened with content and context. We could engage in mutual learning, and relationship creation with one another and all living systems. We could learn together.
Today we are far from realizing this big dream but it has not been dormant. Hundreds of others, perhaps thousands have heard either Matt or me share the dream. And today, now nearly forty years later it is gaining traction. No longer do peoples eyes glaze over as they smile and walk away. Today, there are thousands of initiatives being created throughout the world that have the intention to beautify Earth, to give back, restore what we have squandered and taken for granted. The concept of Earth Stewardship seems to be reaching a level of awareness where a tipping point is possible, where “Recreating Earth as a work of art” is reaching into schools, businesses, communities as an essential focus and products. Its a dream that speaks to hearts and minds with an impetus to join in. Big dreams give power to all who want to join and take further.Read More