So, what would be good questions from example?
First of all, questions fromout a feeling of 'you are more than enough'.
Questions fromout a feeling that Life is astonishing, rather than this life is a battlefield.
Questions fromout the place where you are, on this very moment, rather than identify you with somebody else.
Questions fromout your own being, the world you are.
Questions fromout your own experiences.
To stay by yourself. Self-care. Needed in whichever situation.
A social system for the long-term stewardship of resources that preserves shared values and community identity.
A self-organized system by which communities manage resources (both depletable and replenishable) with minimal or no reliance on the market or state.
The wealth that we inherit or create together and must pass on, undiminished or enhanced, to our children. Our collective wealth includes the gifts of nature, civic infrastructure, cultural works and traditions, and knowledge.
A sector of the economy (and life!) that generates value in ways that are often taken for granted – and often jeopardized by the market-state
living your very own philosophy, doing all based on your very own inner research*? (*Thus: your life as your own lab, and your own learnings as your authority. Not books, nor institutions, nor teachers, nor parents, nor guru's, nor who/what-ever. Celebrating the freedom to have your own inquiry and build your life upon that. Standing alone.)
A paradigm. Isn't it more than being an example? We want a thriving world? Peace? A paradigm shift in awareness? My answer: walk our talk. Thrive. Create on the smallest scale a thriving world*, and let it grow, step by step, by learning and doing in close relationship with others around us.
I like to cook. But there's more, much more I want to do.
Shall I keep my great interest just my great interest, or should I really do something with this as well?
And if yes,..when?
When I met someone to do it with me?
When 'this', when 'that'?
Or stop postphoning it, and just start where I can, in the surrounding I am, with the things I have?
Yes. The latter.
Exciting! And it feels great!