¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 For a while I must change my daily behavior, and may not be replying to emails or commenting to blog posts as has become my primary behavior in my discretionary time for many months (maybe years, as I no longer have a concrete past – other than when consulting my records).
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 I must attend to repairing my Here&Now – an expedition that I will record and may later share. I will continue composing and posting some items in this blog. I sense that something significant is emerging, and that our recent dialog is part of it. I want it to continue – in new formats with new protocols to optimize the eeree of our interactivity.
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 For those who relate to me, it is important that you know some details about Larry and his environment, including his practices with intelligent technology. I have concluded that it is important that those who engage closely with each other must share much more transparency. Our diversity is our strength, and we need to be more aware of it, so as to better help (seaf) each other. I have attempted to describe “nuet” (not too well) but have only talked about Larry’s savant condition.
¶ 6 Leave a comment on paragraph 6 0 Imagine a multidimensional phase space for all potential competencies (with levels of potential and proficiency) a human person might possess. Each human would be represented by only a few, of the many, points in this phase space. I use the metaphor of a wire-sculpture – where the empty space is as important as the filled space. We are each a developing wire sculpture during our lives, with the wire growing during life. Human teams/crews will be well designed mergers of a few, well chosen, wire sculptures – where we complement each other. I speculate such teams/crews must be the decider units for future societal systems. We individual humans lack sufficient competencies. How many teams/crews a person can be a member of, at any one time and sequentially, would be empirically determined. Some team/crews may be organized in early childhood and maintained through life. Age distribution within teams/crews would depend on the intended functionality of them.
¶ 7 Leave a comment on paragraph 7 0 I encourage others to consider composing a profile of personal assets and limitations, that could later be shared with those whom you would want to know this so as to better relate to you. One of the first activity for new members of the UPLIFT movement would be to explore their assets and limitations, uniquenesses and samenesses, within their local network and begin creating assessment measures to construct competency profiles as part of a Global Uplift Census.
¶ 8 Leave a comment on paragraph 8 0 If we succeed in surviving our Crisis-of-Crises, we ALL will have significantly changed lifestyles, and probably will have changed perspectives on “reality”. Shouldn’t we start now? Might our Great Transition be viewed as a massive “migration-in time” between personal lifestyles within different social/societal themes?
¶ 9 Leave a comment on paragraph 9 0 How really open to fundamental change are the “already highly educated” and those activists “advanced in development”? I don’t mean that we/they abandon what we/they have gained, or to shift interests, fields, or projects; but to consider significantly expanding the contexts of our/their achievements.
¶ 10 Leave a comment on paragraph 10 0 Paradigm shifts don’t necessarily call for the abandonment of prior paradigms; it only makes the prior reality part of a larger reality. In addition to seafing the “education” of others across the planet, to gain the knowledge and competencies we/they now possess, might these “leaders and teachers” also need significant uplifting? Indeed, might this be the place of optimum leverage?