Relatively Regular Recap & Invitations (RRR&I) — 11/02/2020

Photo by Martin Brechtl on Unsplash

Relatively Regular Recap

There is a lot that I am appreciative for. Specific to this series I am very grateful for all of the people that have contributed — whether with their presence in the Facebook Group, their contribution to the series and/or their time reading the posts. For me, this has been a very re-energizing process. It has been great to connect with so many people (through e-mail, calls etc.) as a result of this series. Some have been new friends. Some old.

Many interconnections are emerging between the posts. Although each post is focused on a unique topic, it seems there are many unified threads that are connecting each of the posts in some way, or another. It will be very interesting when we start to Merge & Map these unique posts (more info in the Invitations section below).

As much as I am appreciative for what is here already, I am equally appreciated, and excited for, the possibilities that are emerging. We hope for this to be a generative, and restorative, process. If you are enjoying the series and want to get deeper involved, let us know! [long, deep breath]


As of today we have released 19 Re-Imaginations. As long as we have posts to release, we will continue building on this collection. The next set of posts, which will start tomorrow will deal with death, grief, trauma, healing and hope.


  1. Networking — Nnaumrata Arora Singh & Daniel Rudolph
  2. Self Love — Laniece Herron & Daniel Rudolph
  3. Being a Body — Ann Moradian & Daniel Rudolph
  4. Compassion — Graham Williams & Daniel Rudolph
  5. the Economy — Felicia Chavez & Daniel Rudolph
  6. Cities — Tanuja Prasad & Daniel Rudolph
  7. Homelessness — Dan Knauss & Daniel Rudolph
  8. Out of School Children — Raman Bahl & Daniel Rudolph
  9. Non-Profits — Lauren Breland & Daniel Rudolph
  10. Boundaries — Catherine Shovlin & Daniel Rudolph
  11. Stewardship — Michael Reynolds & Daniel Rudolph
  12. RRR&I — 10/24/2020
  13. Mental Health — Shubham Srivastav & Daniel Rudolph
  14. Personal Identities — Daniel Ford & Daniel Rudolph
  15. Adult-Child Relationships — Chiara Bockstahler & Daniel Rudolph
  16. Weddings — Sonal Parakh & Daniel Rudolph
  17. Consumption — Abishek Taneja & Daniel Rudolph
  18. the Power of Conversation — Sanjay Fernandes & Daniel Rudolph
  19. our Systems — Colin Campbell & Daniel Rudolph
  20. Non-Violence — Mandar Apte & Daniel Rudolph


Photo by Katie Moum on Unsplash

Open Invitations for:

  • Use your artistic skills to re-interpret a post(s)
  • Share with groups of people that might be interested (i.e. art school students, art-focused organizations etc.
  • Share the invitation with a friend that might be interested

mergers & mappers — to map the posts in the series until now to show the interconnections and to start developing a comprehensive, compassionate, systems view of the future. We encourage someone to do this digitally, so we can continuously, and collaboratively, add to it as new posts get released.

  • Share about softwares that might work
  • Generate the initial mapping with the first 12 posts
  • Share the invitation with a friend that might be interested

anchors — to initiate collaborative blog posts. Up until now I (dan) have been the ‘anchor author’ on all of the posts. Anybody who has contributed a post already to the series can be an anchor, which entails responding to the lead authors initial paragraphs and doing the initial editing. At this point, I will plan to do the final editing and posting of posts initiated by other anchors.

  • Become an anchor author
  • Share the invitation with a friend that might be interested

are there any other ways that you would like to get involved? ideas that you want to propose? we welcome any/all ideas …


More.About RRR&I

Relatively Regular Recaps — — taking a pause and reflecting on the beauty that is already there.

putting the pieces together. breathing deeply. checking in with what we might have earlier overlooked. the recaps are relatively regular because they will happen regularly, throughout the series, but not on a fixed interval. Rather they will be released based on a feeling that a recap is needed.

Invitations — — ideas for people to use/share/spread their skills.

opportunities to get involved. enabling collective wisdom to thrive. welcoming multiple intelligences. developing something that is truly diverse. sharing ideas.


@Composed with Peace and Love from the Re-Imagining Our Future Team

Photo by Mayur Gala on Unsplash



Can you imaging a more harmonious future?

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store