Diarmuid O'Murchu speaks eloquently to the core of the Invitation [Aspect 3]. He says, "the invitation is about participation, not mere observation. We are not journeying in the universe but with the universe. We are not concerned about living in an evolving world but co-evolving with our world. We are parts of a whole, much greater than the sum of its parts, and yet within each part we are interconnected with the whole." [Diarmuid O'Murchu, Irish priest and social psychologist, author, Quantum Theology]
This line of understanding our role as a part of a Whole living universe correlates very deeply and directly with indigenous worldviews, and brings us full-circle back to understanding we are inspiringly a part of a magnificent co-creation, and that each of us has a voice and unique "fingerprint" unlike any other.
When we decide to convene, we plan with our focus on authentic engagement, which deepens our ability to be productive, be open to possibilities, and to acknowledge each individual's key role as participant in an outcome of committed action.