Some things can’t be unseen. Just like that day you saw…

What’s up by Stelio Verzera for COCOONERS N° 10

Stelio Verzera
Dec 17, 2021 · 2 min read

This article was first published in Cocooners N°10

Some things can’t be unseen. Just like that day you saw your child being born. Ice melting into water―decades of egotistic Western worldviews are finally crumbling. The 2020s are seeing expressions of unity, empathy, symmathesy, popping up everywhere. Alive in thousands of people’s daily actions. Astonishing energy is being poured into a different relationship with life. The “Great Transition” is coming to its sublimation, half a century in the making.

And what about work? Implications are endless. People can no longer be thought of as resources within machines nor work evolution sought in the trenches of the so-called experts. Now that we see how organically contextual reality is, we’ll have to focus on dancing with each org’s unique path, finding the way-forward within her own eco-range, not anywhere outside.

And more. Coalescence of ecologies is replacing concentrated competition, polycentric structures are being sprouted in all parts of the globe, people are entraining orgs to the resonance frequencies of their ecosystems. The teacher, the doctor, the manager, each and all of us, will never be the same again. It’s the crust of freshly baked bread. It’s begun, and it can’t be unseen. These are the times, the 2020s. Deep care will be needed. Aloha nui loa.