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To commune, we conquer fear.

The message of EVOKE is clear; one person can affect a change on the world. Cause and reaction, simple science.



But the heart of the matter is so much more. EVOKE gives like-minded people the opportunity to network, to come together, to collectively mindmeld and share ideas and thoughts and reflections. But to do so, we all must overcome our biggest fears. Societal fears. Interpersonal fears. The fear of being unpopular, the fear of being disliked.



Fear strongly motivates… Continue

Posted on March 4, 2010 at 2:14am — 14 Comments

This was originally a comment I left on the forums regarding the catchphrase for this portion of the EVOKE journey. I just wanted to share it with everyone, because it means a lot to me. :) Enjoy!Kim…

This was originally a comment I left on the forums regarding the catchphrase for this portion of the EVOKE journey. I just wanted to share it with everyone, because it means a lot to me. :) Enjoy!



Kimber <3





RE: The Nigerian proverb, "The earth moves at different speeds depending on who you are."



I love this. I mean, absolutely LOVE it. I spent a lot of time last night focusing on EVOKE, and on what it meant to me, and others. Yes, it's a "game" - but it's a… Continue

Posted on March 3, 2010 at 3:35pm — 8 Comments

My secret to social innovation.

You can't just do, you have to BE. You have to learn to positively tally your resources, and think outside the box.



You're never going to have everything you need. No one can, will, or does - so instead of whining about it, I'm going to -do- something about. Instead of seeing a pencil, a rubber band, and a battery, I'll make a laser gun - or better yet, teach everyone I know to make one, too. Maybe it's not practical; but it's a change of… Continue

Posted on March 3, 2010 at 10:13am — 6 Comments

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At 3:29am on March 5, 2010, Alchemy said…
Congratulations, Agent Fox! For your "Heroes for a lifetime" video, you have been awarded an Evidence Reward of +100 Spark.
At 10:55am on March 3, 2010, Alchemy said…
"I can turn anything into something beautiful." That is an outstanding superpower, Agent Fox. I hope to see you use it in the weeks to come. We will tackle many problems that could benefit from a truly beautiful solution.
 
 
 

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