My friend from SMP Manonjaya ( a junior high school) reminded me that the way we response to learning process is really the peak of our personal saltiness. It’s not a matter of being facilitator facilitating ACP/ARH Competence process, but its about testing my personal endurance seeing less expected situation of my facilitated groups. Saltiness of me is embedded and figured out at my smile, gesture and eye shine, since words could be arranged, voice could be controlled but spontaneous responses of my gesture of such a learning event could directly been seen by other learning participant. That other could let me know that am I genuinely salty person or salty facilitator. Thanks my little fellows, I do thank You..;)

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Comment by Olivia Munoru on June 29, 2010 at 8:19am
Ibu Wiwin, thank you for your SALTINESS, which is infectious and inspiring. Spending last week with you in Tasik, I learned so much, not just about facilitating ACP but also about how SALT comes from the heart. You are such an open-minded person- reading books about everything and anything - and always being emotionally available to support others. I can see it in your smiles, gestures and eye shine, even when you are really tired, or when you have little Gabriel climbing all over you!!!!
Comment by wiwin winarni on June 19, 2010 at 9:33pm
To Mba Ria:

Thanks to bring me along this wonderful working atmosphere and other generous friends at this ACP networking. I do thank You.

Best REgards

Comment by Risya Kori on June 16, 2010 at 11:18am
Indeed Wiwin! We have known each other for more than 5 years and I've never seen you happier than now. It proofs that the saltiness is really embeded in you!
Can't wait to see you next week in Jakarta!
Comment by Gaston on June 16, 2010 at 11:05am
Wonderful! Truly wonderful and so true. As a Thai facilitator mentioned last week at a Thai Competence event: I realise that the object of SALT is myself, not the community. I have to apply it to myself and then the results will automatically flow to the community. An appreciative body language and being able to calmly and mindfully respond to different situations is not always easy. But this is what distinguishes a good facilitator I think. He/ she does not prevent or avoid difficult or different situations, he/ she can deal with them in a proper and SALTy way.
Comment by Laurence Gilliot on June 14, 2010 at 2:14pm
Hi Wiwin,

Once again great sharing from the heart, I can feel your smile and bright energy until here in Chiang Mai. Do you think that there is a way that we can send this spontaneous energy also through the Internet?

This morning I read the forum posting from Avnish. He wrote this: "Our thoughts are energy and every thought has power. Mystics and spiritual traditions have said this through the ages. Our intentions matter. Through the science of physics, we understand that we are energetic fields of intention. We create intentional fields, wherein all of our unconscious beliefs shape our outer world." In a way, you are saying the same thing.
You can read more here:

Have a good day, dear Wiwin!


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