compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
What HAS changed - is our understanding of
the world - we don't have to rely simply on the
wisdom of our own brain - we have language -
we have literature and now we have computers -
and that links us ALL together - that gives us the
wisdom of all those who have gone before ...
as Michael Mosley so eloquently concluded at the end of the BBC Series
The Story of Science: Power Proof and Passion - having just referred to
through his love of art and photography - to ponder the question
WHAT makes the brain work - and thence assume the task of revealing
the processes by which the communications networks inside our heads
actually WORK !!! ...
and I would say -
When a caterpillar wants to FLY it changes into a butterfly - unlike
the caterpillar when our species decided that it wanted to fly we did
not need to change our bodies - we just invented an aircraft as a
result of our belief system that it IS through our minds that we
metamorphose. THIS IS how we change our way of life - and have
own responsibility for passing the torch to future generations.
“The population undergoing drastic change is a population
of misfits, and misfits live and breathe in an atmosphere of
passion and imbalance, explosive and hungry for action.”
The Catalysts for Change map (searchlightcatalysts.org) identifies
four key catalysts: new evidence, new capacities, new rules, and
new stories. For each of these catalysts, the map highlights several
action zones and a core challenge, as well as signals of innovation
and change drawn from the Searchlight newsletters. In converting
this map into a game, the Rockefeller Foundation sought to support
a worldwide conversation about the ways that the four catalysts
could serve as a starting place for innovative practices in global
development and social change.
Global connectivity, smart machines, and new media are just some
of the drivers reshaping how we think about work, what constitutes
work, and the skills we will need to be productive contributors in
the future. THIS REPORT analyzes key drivers that will reshape the
landscape of work and identifies key work skills needed in the next
It does not consider what will be the jobs of the future.
Many studies have tried to predict specific job categories and labor
requirements. Consistently over the years, however, it has been
shown that such predictions are difficult and many of the past
predictions have been proven wrong.
Rather than focusing on future jobs, this report looks at -
future work skills—proficiencies and abilities
required across different jobs and work settings.
Wonders of Life - for the scientific community to
each and everyone of our belief systems.
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