Week 4 #sequoia “Mutual Enrollment at the Speed of Trust”

“Enrollment means that the person you’re with wants to get on the bus that you’re on, with full knowledge of where you intend to go.” This week want to express my gratitude for our last month together. Thank you Jennifer, Felipe, Elizabeth, Todd and Phil and members of our Shared Ownership Compadres (SOC)! I wouldContinue reading “Week 4 #sequoia “Mutual Enrollment at the Speed of Trust””

Week 3: “An Open Letter to our Rosedale Denver, CO and Planetary Neighbors: Sixty-One Years Blessing for All that Is”

Glory be to God for dappled things –    For skies of couple-colour as a brinded cow;       For rose-moles all in stipple upon trout that swim; Fresh-firecoal chestnut-falls; finches’ wings;    Landscape plotted and pieced – fold, fallow, and plough;       And áll trádes, their gear and tackle and trim.   “Pied Beauty” by GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS DearContinue reading “Week 3: “An Open Letter to our Rosedale Denver, CO and Planetary Neighbors: Sixty-One Years Blessing for All that Is””

“Powering Change at the Speed of Trust” #thegiantsequoias

[Too Many Words About] My Audience: I am writing to you, dear Shared Ownership colleagues, to give you a sense of how we might all benefit from expanding the reach and impact of the Catholic lay order Focolare’s Economy of Communion (EoC) initiative. As of 2012, there were 861 such EoC businesses worldwide and 35Continue reading ““Powering Change at the Speed of Trust” #thegiantsequoias”

“Ways that I am NOT Going Back to ‘Business-as-Usual’”

A note on my intended audience: for now it is you, my fellow participants, and I (Jon Hokama) hope to lay the groundwork for an article for the Focolare Living City Magazine (or Plough Publishing) to equip small business owners, like those of the EoC, and others with the conceptual tools necessary to articulate andContinue reading ““Ways that I am NOT Going Back to ‘Business-as-Usual’””