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Patrick Goh

Hi Jonny

Making better social worlds, one conversation at a time...

As you know, I'm very interested in how we can have 'public' conversations in new and different ways, in order to create better social worlds. Unfortunately, many of the current forms of public communication only reinforces the status quo, and sometimes makes things worse!

Unfortunately I haven't come across a grand gesture/action that can create the change you long for... yet.

In the mean time, my sense is that this kind of change begins with each person, determined to have a different kind of conversation... and making the small steps that lead to global shifts!

I try to say some of this in my blog. If you or your readers are interested, do swing by:


God bless your elbow!

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