kaixo Lisa, oso ondo (very well)!
sure, life takes its path, don't worry at all about time, we'll do it. I can now continue translating, but don't know exactly which would be the part to do now. You'll tell me more, no hurry!
..."sharing in-person a lovely glass of wine and talk about life..." sounds wonderful! coming, soon, yes!
Namaste! Such fun connecting with you through NING and being one of your friends.
I'm having challenges with the system and maybe you can help. I posted on Events the January OS program in NYC, however can't edit it to have "New York City" location rather than Manhattan. I didn't realize what was to be highlighted when filling out the form and following their suggestions. If you have a technical answer for editing, please let me know.
Have a loving and joyful Holiday Season!
Peace 'n hugs, Karen
Hey Lisa!Currently, I don't work in Maputo. I'm an undergrad student of Networks of Communication Engineering in Lisbon's Technical University.But, I'm a Mozambican citizen and I've lived part of my life in Maputo.
I don't have any knowledge about Open Space Technology yet. All I know about OST I learned from a Wikipedia page, so I'm a newbie in the subject.
A professor introduced me to OST (and to this ning network) because of a seminar we are organizing in our university that will have some features of OST.
What kind of work do you do in Maputo?
I cannot greet Mother Africa for you right now, but I promise that when I arrive there I'll do it! =)
Greetings from Lisbon.