• Fe Robinson


“If we are to live in harmony with ourselves and with nature, we need to be able to communicate freely in a creative movement in which no one permanently holds to or otherwise defends his own ideas.” David Bohm

Dialogue is dynamic. It is not a back and forth from one position to the other, with unmoving positions and attempts to simply have another see what we already perceive.

Dialogue asks us to explore, discover, and co-create. It asks that we accept that we do not yet know, and invites us to dance in the space of not knowing, creatively moving and experimenting.

Dialogue is musical. It is mellifluous and harmonic, and has ever changing rhythms and tempos.

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