Applied Buddhism, Liberty Camp question: What is your highest value?

28 June 2009 by Mike Gogulski
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Posed in a session aimed at invoking the power of right-brained thinking in order to produce creative, integrative thinking toward solutions to practical matters.

Answers varied wildly. The exercise, as constructed, was great, because I didn’t know this answer for myself until doing it.

My answer: Compassion. Compassion is my highest value.

Next: What’s your vision for expressing/achieving/maximising that value?

My answer: End all legal privilege. Smash the state.

Next: What is your unique ability to contribute to making that happen? Where is your comparative advantage?

My answer: Crypto/web tech to support the growth of peaceful black and gray markets.

Agora! Compassion! Action!

  1. 3 Responses to “Applied Buddhism, Liberty Camp question: What is your highest value?”

  2. By Libby on 28 June 2009

    Yes. Love will help trade pull the rug out from under the belly of the beast. <3

  3. By Sunni on 28 June 2009

    Sounds like you’re doing a great job—you certainly have me missing the camps!

  4. By Mike on 29 June 2009

    I like that intersection of liberty and Buddhist philosophy…I’m down with that for sure.

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