Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Part Three: Conversations Starters

The twelve conversation starters in Meg Wheatley's Turning to One Another don't have to be in any particular order.  Feel free to jump around among them as you think of something you want to add to our conversations here on Book Buddies.  I'll make live links of all twelve questions.
#1 ~ Do I feel a vocation to be fully human? (pp. 60-65)
#2 ~ What is my faith in the future? (pp. 66-73)
#3 ~ What do I believe about others? (pp. 74-81)
#4 ~ What am I willing to notice in my world? (pp. 82-89)
#5 ~ When have I experienced good listening? (pp. 90-97)
#6 ~ Am I willing to reclaim time to think? (pp. 98-105)
#7 ~ What is the relationship I want with the earth? (pp. 106-115)
#8 ~ What is my unique contribution to the whole? (pp. 116-125)
#9 ~ When have I experienced working for the common good? (pp. 126-133)
#10 ~ When do I experience sacred? (pp. 134-141)
#11 ~ What is our role in creating change? (pp. 142-149)
#12 ~ Can I be fearless? (pp. 150-159)

1 comment:

Bonnie Jacobs said...

Rather than leaving a comment here, click on one of the numbered "conversation starters" and let the discussion go from there.