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  •  #7 (4+ / 0-)
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    LinSea, SchuyH, SteelerGrrl, Naomi Loschen

    Return to items 1-6 often and modify them according to how you have learned, and what you have learned.

    As we learn about our environment, it changes us. When we change, our perceptions change and the environment appears in a new and different way.

    Enagaged activism wins elections. 100 million words on liberal/progressive websites gets beat by one new GOP voter casting their vote.

    by Nebraska68847Dem on Mon Dec 03, 2012 at 01:14:26 PM PST

    •  Absolutely! (2+ / 0-)
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      LinSea, SchuyH

      No ongoing process worth its salt omits the review, adapt, and repeat phase.

      Still, as I thought about these things, it occurred to me that they have stood the test of time pretty well. I think that's because each item is aspirational rather than solely instructional; there's always room for improvement at every step along the way, and you're never really finished.

      "Do it in the name of Heaven; you can justify it in the end..." - Dennis Lambert & Brian Potter

      by pragmaticidealist on Mon Dec 03, 2012 at 01:41:52 PM PST

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