Connecting local responses around the world
Dear JL, other founding fathers and all colleagues.
Really been inspired to read and re-read this discussion. I found that reading these improving my English and enriching also my vocabulary. Some of the ideas are challenging to be understood but I really enjoy reading this. The discussion is about me, actually, about my involvement from local responses.
I'd like to share about root. Based on my experience this is an innate capacity of us as human to be SALTY. That we need some stimulation of SALT as an approach is a must. Mostly, the facilitated groups or member of groups realizing that outsider put them in the position to act un-salty. so they need support and learn from the way facilitators or other community process CLCP and SALT approach to address such an issues at their context.
Meanwhile, suddenly, I remember when JL shared us - IndoCompetence members - his family tree and JL's wife initiation of conducting family gathering, Miss Martha - the UNFPA Indonesia Assistant Representative said that this initiation is awarded by heaven based on Islam's perspective. I believed that the family gathering was conducted SALT-tyly by JL and her wife. In connection with the discussion, for me this is one proof that implication of SALT at personal conduct resonance to faith and religious practice.
Really happy could share and learn from this prestigious discussion.
Thank you Wiwin!
What are the Constellation roots?
(1) "learning from local experience" Ian Cambell and April Foster,
(2) “acknowledgment of diverse backgrounds – spiritual and secular, with no imposition” Ian Cambell,
“whatever faith context or experience we come from, there is a sense of freedom to express that, interpret what we experience in light of that and share what that means to us with each other” April Foster,
(3) "care to change in home and neighborhood" Ian Cambell,
(4)"capacity of us as human to be SALTY" Wiwin. (Is it innate? It is a lot of work for me :)
Is this "What is essential to us as a Constellation movement for which we need unity in order to move forward?" (April)