Would the world be different if people were more aware of their interconnectedness, of the many daily acts of love and generosity around them, and of the impact their actions have on everyone’s wellbeing?
Rajiv Mehta tested that idea in Michigan last year with groups ranging from high school students, restaurant workers and social activists, to health professionals, professors and business leaders. The We All Care Initiative showed mapping out our networks of care inspired more happiness and mutual support.
In this session, you’ll learn about the pen-and-paper tools and “personal science” methods that Raj used in Michigan to help people see the invisible webs of caring in their daily life. You can adapt these for your community to help release neighborhood wisdom and inspire people to find the joy of supporting each other.