It's been really exciting to see what we all have been working on for the past year finally doing what it was all meant to do: Encourage people to think and talk about what they can do in their own lives, to promote action for a broader good. For me the most exciting thing has been to see people coming together around the table- asking questions, reading books, filling out postcards, engaging in conversation. The Green Constitutional Congress has been the apex of all this so far in Denver and it has been really inspiring and stimulating to see all of these people who have all created innovative solutions to problems within their areas of expertise sit down and have a conversation together at a table and in a context that we have been working to create for so long.
It is also exciting to begin to imagine where this could all lead in the future. A series of lectures or events or dinners, bringing the conversation back to Providence, or other communities. Hosting the events at this table or perhaps creating new "tables" or venues for these ideas, specifically related to the context they are in.
What ever comes next it is exciting to be able to see the extent of the possibilities that are out there. This experience has been one that more than anything else has demonstrated to me what I am capable of as an individual and when working as a team. It has encouraged and motivated me to think of myself and my actions in a global context and to imagine with no limitations. And that has been what I have found most exhilarating about this process.