Facebook Live at Five 0’Five

For two weeks just as the quarantine descended I recorded 10 minute homilies on my Facebook feed at the end of each day. This is my wind-up one, full of the lessons oozing out of this challenge. In addition to reflections on the world and my role in it, I share the Deep Adaptation framework that has been like a guide rail as I walk, largely in the dark, through a long cavern.


  1. “Hope is not a reaction to the facts. And I used to say ‘Hope is action in the direction of my values’, but hope has become creating a space into which my imagination can unfold. I create the future, and I imagine into my creation. What do I want to feed my imagination with?”
    Beautiful and important thoughts, Vicki! I hadn’t thought about it, but you are right that people with selfish and destructive motives will try to create the future if the rest of us don’t.

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