To Rant or to Invite Conversation?

Shifting narratives by meeting people where they are at

This is an image of a white guy in a jeans and a dark blue hoodie who is screaming into the receiver of a payphone and gesturing angrily.
Photo by Alexandra Mirgheș on Unsplash
The Water Poem, with the new ending

If you choose to be in the market of control, you can’t control for good; there will always be an integrity missing. Rather than ranting or directing, change will come from inviting conversation.

There are times to stand against something, and are there times to stand for something.

Storytelling | Narrative | Systems Change | Spoken Word | Author of “A Future Untold”, a book on story & narrative to change the world |