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"Hello dear Mari, you incredible woman.
I would urge the readers to incorporate Thinking Fast and SLow, by Kahnman, as well as Gazzaniga's Who's in Charge and Free Will and the Science of the Brain, into their work. Can…"
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I have been unable to resolve if the slide show is content orientated instead of context oriented, yet the question Dr. Rey Ty…"
"I so appreciate a view from; "around the corner of the box" It is ironic that we decry the arbitrary borders created by colonial past, yet fail to see they are not there in the case of the present, when we want to champion…"
"This is great stuff. . . I wonder two things at this moment. is there a figure for US based Not for Profits, that work on issues related to this? I would be looking for direct assistance as well as indirect assistance numbers. My guess…"
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One factor that is not considered is the…"
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"So enjoy your blogs. I would like to propose what we call Mindful Language. Stop using the phrase "developing world" and begin to see what points of view may shift that way. I suspect that impulse shaping is not limited…"
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Thank you Michael for your encouraging and thought-provoking words. Happy to read about rankism. Yes, identity politics are rife with complexities and hidden pitfalls, but more importantly to me, is the opening up of the conversations. Without them, our ranks won't change.
Thanks again and blessings of the new year!
Thanks so much for your comment on my post Michael. I really appreciate your reflection on your own program. You might find this article interesting as well, which is about how local groups are too often overlooked in international aid projects for the capacities they do have.
thank-you for your thoughtful and thought-provoking comments and friendship invitation! Your work seems to have taken you to many places and their are many issues that link with my own practice, research, and interests. I look forward to us sharing explorations more in the future.
Hi Michael, Sorry for the delay in replying.I was not able to access the internet.
I got the information you sent and very many thanks for considering me.
I am looking forward to get more information about the training.I will also follow the project through the Social Network.
I would love to meet the Bold Leaders from both Wajir and Moyale.
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