2018 Unload : 2019 Reset

It feels almost as if we're watching the world unfold in a surrealistic, dystopian TV drama. As we move into one of the biggest periods of uncertainty and transition, we ask Campfire members what their high and low points were this year and what their hopes and fears are for next year. What will you personally change? How do you feel about the months ahead and where are you looking for hope and inspiration?
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by Pete Lawrence
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Created on 29 Nov 2018

It feels almost as if we're watching the world unfold in a surrealistic, dystopian TV drama.

As we move into one of the biggest periods of uncertainty and transition, we ask Campfire members what their high and low points were this year and what their hopes and fears are for next year. 

How do you feel about the months ahead and where are you looking for hope and inspiration? 

What was your 2018 highlight? A person or moment that inspired you? A favourite book, film, record? A lightbulb moment?  

2019 : What habits might you change? What hopes and fears for the world? 

How can Campfire play a part for you and help make those changes happen?

Is there someone you know we should be making a Firecast with? A changemaker whose ideas we should be sharing more?

 

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29 Nov 2018 at 05:40 by Campfire Voice
We're all looking for ways to build resilience and heart in these turbulent times of transition. Often that involves change and revaluation. There's never been a better time for it as the world looks for inspiration. What part can we play individually and collectively?
1 Jan. 2019 by Andie Brazewell
I am passionate about conserving this planet and all its inhabitants. We need to wake up to the fact that an industrial, market driven society that has no regard for our environment or community in which we live is on a path of destruction for the benefit of a few very wealthy people in an unhealthy society that does little for the majority. Over the last few years I have been living on a narrow boat in a lovely community of like minded people from all walks of life. I love it!
31 Dec. 2018 by Pete Lawrence
There is a strong sense that it is our time - a time to be productive within a joyful healing space. Here are some reflections on 2018 as it fades and some hopes for the new year.