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Don't change the world, sing with the universe

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it you called the and so we have a phones an airplane mode and hopefully we have a ballpoint pen or a pencil and hence will be needing a little bit later and I think also with a really quick Intro to me and and so the question that I like to ask with us today and also welcome everybody from big Weerasinghe a is OK great this is also the gay is a so we were part the gate is a network of people that set of collaborative creative spaces all over the world the people from Rwanda and Kenya and Egypt and my name is B then and I work on
helping people set of spaces like this in Iraq and Lebanon and Egypt and Morocco and have been doing this for a couple of years and this year really exciting news also really scary news to me the exciting news is that the way house had the 1st make a fair all make a fair is a show and tell of creative people getting together and showing of projects it's it's kind of 1 of the hallmarks of a maker society and and this will make a movement is going really international and getting a lot of attention from corporations and governments that are trying their best to collaborate would what I see as they transforming world in a way that's really sincere and lovely but I think is a really important moment especially this year with a warehouse make a fair and all this funding coming in for us as gigas and hopefully everyone else that realizes we have 2 things in life a life spam and energy to do
stuff that we should take a step back and think about what we actually want to do with their time before connecting with funders before starting a creativity your innovation hub from the delicate what do we really want to spend time doing and is this doing that or is this not and it's that hum of here because instead of telling you what I think I want you to feel what is within you this is this is really all internal work hopefully for for all of us myself included as much
the prescriptive unjust of just trying to create some experiences that can help us feel something now if we take away something together so if done this game please a play along the way it works is we Stockholm and then everyone becomes the same note and when you feel inspired know given a few moments servicing can change the note either up or down limit play this game could we have where 1 person to couple of people great so I want to start a soft and the perfect from the only thing we and room around the 1st
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which we like the
kind if the the that's really lovely and you guys agree homers of you enjoyed that
of that have to come down a little bit more and that experience we just had is connected to the title of the talk which is singing when the universe and the analogy of singing with the universe came to me a couple of months ago I I've been seeing a lot of really horrible stuff happen especially as I work in Iraq and I don't really know how to respond and sometimes if you really push 20 she awful things things news actually comment I must I must do something good or sometimes and I'm really scared and I don't have enough money at the manner must like what can I do to like rush out make some money and 1 day I had this thought that that's not how the universe works I think in a very natural way I could have the really Seneca and so a lot of the philosophy that I really appreciate tries to reconnect us where they are most natural and basically is being
and the analogy of singing the universe is about a guitarist who is up on stage of the jam session jamming like playing so to try and England and the only thing I and we do and then add the drummers playing and as the basis this plane the from period like from a really common base rather than going up there with
flourishes in like playing on a high note there a overpowering everybody and everything trying to show its technical skills are her technical skills will what I really love and what I feel is most often taken a beautiful jam session is 1 the guitarist plays the right note at the right time and so that the idea of the right action and the right time for that action is this concept of singing with the universe and in order to do that do you have In order to do that we need to know a couple of
things we 1st need to listen to the song of the universe and accept that things are pretty much fundamentally OK as it is singing with the universe kind implies that everything is going along harmoniously and so in the extent like to play with you guys right now laughter humming is listening and realizing something very very important and that is that nothing that you're hearing has your hand in making it happen you don't make the sun rise don't make the sound of the audience outside or any other sons you
here so they take a moment to listen to see what is being sung right now so as to take a minute you
and it in do you know
and and and it and it
in you and you you you you and they go we're major heart
but it and you and cool so has anybody been able to relax and realize that
they're not in charge of the audience talking outside the carts roaming around or the wind blowing in the streets somebody feel like they can I go
the I'll grade it works it's really hard this is this is something that we need practice on we go a lot of our training in life is like you must act now especially in america our our success is so much defined
by our freedom in America there's this myth of freedom that you're responsible for your life in your actions and your success in the outcomes but so much of our lives are really not control and there's this guy named epoch t dissipate really old dude slaves but also a Stoic philosopher and he talks about freedom in a new light he suggests that there's 2
categories of things in the world stuff that we have control over and stuff that we don't have control over and the stuff that we have control over somebody know they may remember anywhere at any of 52 the the yes yes sure you your awful but if you this to this so that the key to suggest that and he was a slave race so he knows this best and that the thing that you really have control over is the stuff that goes on in your own head sometimes it includes how you respond to things right yes and so what I'm going to suggest right now is a little tool that I use to help me connects to that idea of singing with the universe so that I don't respond from a place of fear or I don't respond because I'm needy or because somehow I had this guilty
driven motivation any do something and this is when you're going to go talk to your partner next to you and we're going to draw a symbol and that's symbol what is drawn on your hand so many of the projects are done in the past have been called all hands active the 2 hands projects and
we'll be talking about the do what receiver to get it done and fail fast and do 1st and think about it later and after some time I realized
that I wasn't actually living the life that I wanted to let I wasn't spending the time I wanted in the way that I I really expected and so added 2 more elements element 1
and like to draw this on your neighbor if that's cool if genera school neighbors go by the way there in the start of probably way cool but up the budget right so in the center were drawing in I In around the center were drawing a high and the hands the friends at all and
so the symbol symbolizes 3 stages that I think it help us same with the universe the
and it 0 yeah if you want exchange names that we create to take a little late in the day that the example of John your hand at that but and you the we yeah feel free to the flagella July the and if you came in and you in the back and squeeze enclosed other people know that they will be important and the and we you can you can the
the OK looks like most
people have finished their drawings and I'm pulling on my phone and on that's lovely that's beautiful so OK so this part of the game they were playing together involves you telephones so for the
people that have attention from traveled in this player phones we're going to create something that under this is a suggestion but this suggestion hopefully will help us navigate around them a future midlife crisis for late life crisis and it's a very simple suggestion and that's to click on your calendar app that if everyone wants to play along please do or do this later if you remember ends a schedule of
monthly check in with yourself literally once a month 30 minutes just check in with yourself and ask yourself a very simple set of questions something like what'd I do last month and is that what I wanna be doing with my time and of you wanna suggestion for what to call it you can call it check myself before erect
myself a stick to take to take take it out or something like that in Madrid I'm gonna do with you guys that's so titles and showed himself I think sunday is a good day is probably for people for me at least some there's could and the repeat
should be every Sunday every month the or every once a month to on Sunday and if
the never restrict myself starting the time that you get the the we
yeah and
the somebody said about something taken to recall the so
there's a reason why the hand is really
important and I think a lot of people think that this is kind of what makes mankind mankind like this really heavy object on top of our next but really the 1st thing that we did we came under the case we put our hands up and in blue and we left a mark can showcasing sort of Humanities mark and stepping out into the world we use their hands to create and express a cells and to satisfy our needs when we said earlier we have time and energy
to do stuff and so that energy we extend expand must go to satisfying a fundamental human needs and the these ideas that entrepreneurship could potentially help us connect through that and make a culture helps us connect to that because it involves the manufacturing of stuff physical things were physical creatures and we have physical needs and I think this is 1 of the lovely and exciting things that the hubs are approaching with their work a lot of these hubs FabLabs maker spaces hackerspaces a lot of what's really exciting about them and what 1 reasons why so many corporations and governments and people in humans are interested in is
that it's talking about that accessing of our creativity and agency that I believe we've traded for the industrialization for mass production and for a public a sad and miserable existence and where they were created buyer creativity for commodity and we sort of last lost to humanity and the hubs like not rot you're creative don't you remember when you were 6 years old in your finger painting whenever single right or you thought you wouldn't be an inventor and you're like making things out of paper and using your imagination somehow we lost all that would like sure go to what is rough from this mechanized educational system especially in America that never really suited me and I think a lot of people are seeing the space is potential opportunities to get out of this mode of
education were creating carbs for a machine that eats humanity and spits out of bones that and the heart has a foot in both worlds relied we drew a like this just help me make the slides so beautiful of is that you like the hubs have this sort of understanding of the potential for solving our fundamental human needs in community with openness in which sharing were like I just shift the stone I killed this bore you can ship a stone like that too would kill another war we can have a feast right has uh and uh using our are treated capacity for supporting each other implanter like literally were all dying and why
not try that connects and create and bond together and that those of them in my view like open-source ideals the offline is John said earlier today and and it's not like it's something new it's actually something older than the capitalist model where we've exchanges exchanged are like creative capacity for blandness it something way older when we were crafting our tools with embellished handles and our and our toolkits
looked like works of art and somehow we forgot and the craftspeople we've forgotten the people that made are shares in we found ourselves here to have like wondering what the hell is the point and I think this is this half over here and then the other half of the hubs we've been talking about this a lot these days has been about the the current models of the worlds that satisfy a fundamental human needs er governments and corporations and jobs and careers and they are wondering how they participate in the conversation too there's a lot of funding that's coming about and we're having these debates about looking at these funds according to support entrepreneurship and the developing world were quite what would have had many discussions of people can a question like do we need to import San Francisco start-up culture to figure African country or or wherever like to think the look the same whose we're talking a lot about maybe we should think about collectives or small family businesses or other ways that we can be
creative and satisfy a fundamental human needs a make give to each other and have lovely lives without needing to have these transition Nancy glass looking office buildings on the 52nd floor of somewhere to have an image of success this image of success is coming from I think what of otitis would say outside the mirror that insect and so this this handy Leo this eyes seeing I think is really important for us I really and I'm trying to be as as as loving as possible because I see so much potential would the again what we're doing together and I think that these tools can help us like amplify the beauty and so we can sing and play with everybody all the same time and the symbol of the hand it symbolizes inward looking so if you put it to your just so about self knowledge kind of like knowing what excites you what motivates you intrinsic motivations and we curious about what questions you 1 Explorer and then the if you look at it and it's out there in the world on the outside pointing out you see the world as it is this is another thing that Epictetus as editor says that we are born into the world and we exist today in relationship already with responsibilities to these relationships responsibility is a big word there's a reason why I chose the idea of a jam session have because the
person is simply adding to beauty when you play that note but we do have these connections to people and we have some desire internally to connect so when we look outside and say hey I'm in Egypt what is my world look like whom I had wife fit into this and ask yourself these questions right all I you really excited about it especially when we're creating the spaces the
unlocking a creative capacity again giving us tools giving us access to communities saying that if you don't know something this what when not can hide our our knowledge within a share knowledge taking us back to the way that we've developed before we start building all these walls before these patterns started limiting us and trying to sigh low value and wealth to a few thing is back to how we got out of the tundra in the jungle them into these beautiful things called cities that are built by community but some seemed to have lost community and you have to pay for a copy together hang out with somebody did not so this is this is the positive jet was was really just
about like meditative audit of it so the here and we're talking about this challenge of interconnection big motivation about these creative spaces that are influenced by the off and of lining of open-source culture an hour trying to navigate between these 2 worlds the I we get money to build to support the initiatives that we think will be able to
do this from a system that doesn't understand the values that were coming from and this world that totally is often taken understands and also has some needs that are currently met by this place the low dollar bill your let's hang out and share basements spelling so that's that that's the challenge that I'm seeing right now and so on if were going to create and bridge into this this potential beautiful world war supporting ourselves with different structures and strategies we need something we need to feel safe how do we feel
safe but it's the story of a another game at the game is derived from my own personal experience where 1 day I realized that I had a friend
and if she ever felt like she was lost as she didn't know what to do with her life words she had a challenge in her job fired her because she spoke her mind and was like a blower or for whatever reason she's support I realize that for whatever little I have I would share it with him and I think this provides like a base level of safety but in order to understand that this security is there we need to articulate a so I'm suggesting that if you have somebody in your life that if they came like rationale of a plane in your doorstep you open them
help S. gum have how you could be of service and it's in good times and bad it sometimes when we're really excited we want to the share with us and in those times and were really really low we just need someone where we feel like we can curl up in a ball and not worry about stuff this is what it means to be human being at least to me have this Karen empathy and so if anybody has that personal life I think I think we need to see that so I would like you to stand up and showed that you'd stand up for somebody else the of
the the OK so we're all standing like literally exhibit Igor but literally almost all of us is standing up right now but to those people know this do they know that they had the support of waiting for them do they know that if they want to take that risk that's deep in their heart that they've done this internal checking for do they know that they can take that step into nothingness and realized that if it actually materialized and it was
nothing but the gland in the Johns arms on this circuit with some of the brain so have always send an e-mail to those people and he could begin a very simple title I don't think we have time to do altogether but please set up the draft and just say something on a however you wanna frame at position i like pay Habibie the idea
and I wanna be there for you be for you when you're excited on be there for you when you said feel free to be the most you so if you like I'm going to do that you know for myself right now mortgages together if you if you have a form but it make it a draft finished it later will
the but could you could trip mn the the the and so I have to do this little quickly and I think that the OK so say this draft engine
Laura going to wrap up the thought
is in order to go somewhere new we need to have this community of
people to show support if I it was about the fall off the stage literally right now and trip to the book of I swear that most of you have an empathetic you I know I know who you would commonly asked files was OK but most
people right and you just let me there is something fundamental about human empathy and care and so I want to say that we've we've always through an experience together just now and I'm offering that we all come up and have a those that rush I will come of it have a nice big group
of and your 1st monthly check in at 6 o'clock at the gate makers tests where
we can like had the dialog with with ourselves to the case has life been going really that really what's going on with you would you wanna be doing at a time so how can I help you you know can we do that together and so 6 o'clock they did make a space right now how did yeah to develop a method that you that you have a have all
of the the the
the the the how this all this is already being done in the the uh
a a hair and or did they have the of the of the and
time so I will however if the the shows but we have a whole that to get ahead it will this you to post it at the time of
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Titel Don't change the world, sing with the universe
Serientitel re:publica 2015
Teil 169
Anzahl der Teile 177
Autor Ghalib, Bilal
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Deutschland:
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DOI 10.5446/31863
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Sprache Englisch
Produktionsort Berlin

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Abstract Nature creates, and we are natural beings - we've traded creativity and collaboration in creating our environment for economies of scale. Hackerspaces starting in Europe and spreading all over the world inspire agency and community. I work in the Middle East on open source culture and I've seen NGO & governmental international development work that don't accomplish much. What lessons can we learn from nature to make the best use of our resources?

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