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Ordinary People Making a Difference: Kaze Gadway’s Story

Sitting with the Homeless  (by Kaze Gadway) Gabriela left the homeless population two years ago. After her one daughter died in a car accident, she become addicted to heroin and lost her job. After being evicted, she started living on the … Continue reading

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Ordinary People Making a Positive Difference: Heidi Zahrt’s Story

About a week ago, a fire started on the hills at the outskirts of my city.  Most of the city was not in danger, but emergency responders decided that large sections of the city adjacent to the hills should be evacuated. … Continue reading

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Original Intent of The Journey of Facilitation

The field of Process Facilitation has only been named as a professional field over the last 20 years.  The professional association, the International Association of Facilitators, began in 1994. But the art of guiding groups in meetings to engage people … Continue reading

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Broadened Intent for this Blog — more like “Memoirs and Travel Writing”

The intent of this blog has changed somewhat since I set it up, and since I haven’t posted yet (!!), I am going to post with the following intent:  these stories are stories of my life as a facilitator, including … Continue reading

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