Kabir Kadre
Kabir Kadre
Reflections

Moments of anticipation…

|Yesterday

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Stuttering moved…

|2 days ago

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Kabir here…

|2 days ago

Early moments of a remarkable journey, circling back…

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Chewing through…

|3 days ago

Yesterday someone near to me, but once removed was born. Yesterday, someone a little further away, but not so far, died.

This is the reciprocity of life, what else is?

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Wait, what’s the plan?

|4 days ago

We all live our lives inside of stories – stories of our identities, stories of our dreams, stories of our fears, our past, our capacities and obstacles, stories of those around us, stories of what is true and unbending, stories of what is false and stupid. We create these stories together, and we create them alone, stories of the stories we have created with others…

I live in the story, for example, that we create stories, and in writing this here, I live in the story that it is useful to do so, and that these words will be read by you dear reader, at some point in the future.

So in the absence of useful practical action, I turn to the useful practical action of telling some relevant stories, both to myself out loud, and for others who may connect to these stories and find an interest in engaging with me in some useful practical actions.

So that is what I did today. I told stories,

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Reflecting outward…

|5 days ago

… To digress, for you other readers, for a moment; these writings I have begun here are a return in reverence to a project I undertook in 2013 and 2014. The project was called simply “Letters to Charles,” and was an acceptance of my dear friend Charles’s invitation to me to practice writing on a daily basis by sending at least 100 words to him by email.

Charles is a remarkable soul, and among many other things, a well read and accomplished writer in his own right. His daily replies to my letters served as an invaluable source of both encouragement and critique to help me hone not only the discipline of actually writing, but actually to hone the discipline of writing well. I do pray that these lines here reflect that, and not some terrible contradiction of that assertion. 😉

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Exploring creative responses to turbulence…

Kabir Kadre|2 years, 11 months ago

Here in the early days of the Donald J Trump presidency in the United States, things are getting interesting (still.)

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Ghandi, Mother Teresa, and You

Kabir Kadre & Lindsay Boyce|3 years, 1 month ago

Ghandi said “be the change.” Faced with modern global complexities such as climate change, rising class disparity, and social and political instability, what does that really mean?

We are Open Field Awakening.

We are a collective of deep friendships, spiritual and business partners, living and creating together in community. We have a practitioner’s home – where we practice explicitly waking up to and with one another. We employ various somatic, psycho-, and spiritual intelligences, from ancient to emergent.

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