If learning is to be more than the acquisition of facts, it is important that we realise its process is not dominant/passive. No one simply teaches another. We don’t learn what is pushed at us. We take in what we can absorb and we reflect upon insights as they arise. This process occurs as a sharing of gifts. To enter into it is to join in collaboration; each, both, teaching and learning, in the mutual reciprocity of dialogue.
Antonio attended the first Uncivilisation festival, and saw a short story published in book 2. His work can be found by visiting Antonio Dias. His primary blog is Horizons of Significance. His most recent venture is Stone Soup.