MRCSE wise elders (elders as measured by the depth of understanding not the age of the body) and story tellers are people who have been invited to join our MRCSE community and our conversations about a transformative vision of sustainability and sustainability education in such as way as to help us broaden our thinking and imagination in ways we might not otherwise be able to do on our own. MRCSE wise elders and story teller, through many different forms of interconnection with others (whether through writing, speaking,music, art, movement, film, hiking, listening,or spiritual awareness), help grow our capacity as individuals and communities to freely imagine a future rooted in the real world yet capable of giving birth to that which does not yet exist. Many of these wise elder will also be attending the MRCSE Unconferences as participants in the creation of a new cultural and ecological narrative – a new story - that upholds personal integrity and the common good.
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The following film by the Global Oneness Project,"What Would It Look Like" is your gateway to MRCSE wise elder and story contributions. While it does take time to download it is well worth the wait. This 25-minute retrospective asks us to reflect on the state of the world and ourselves, and to listen more closely to what is being asked of us at this time of unprecedented global transformation. What if the world embodied our highest potential? What would it look like?
What Would it Look Like: Global Oneness Project
The Global Oneness Project is dedicated to exploring how the radically simple notion of interconnectedness can be lived in our increasingly complex world. They hope that by showing the diverse ways oneness is expressed—in the fields of sustainability, conflict resolution, spirituality, art, economics, indigenous culture, and social justice—others will be inspired to create solutions to personal and community challenges from their own lived understanding of oneness.
Meet Our Latest MRCSE Wise Elders and Story Tellers
Use to the links below to learn more about these individuals and the questions and resources they wish to explore and share with our collaborative.