Question of the Week: What is the promise and possibility of the next four years?

Four FingersThe vision of a FourYears.Go Question of the Week is to ignite a conversation about what is ahead in our lives and in the world. We intend to spark your curiosity about your role in this emerging planetary moment. Deep inquiry can bring us each into full contact with our personal stake in creating a just, sustainable and fulfilling world, however it may be obscured beneath illusion, grief, conflict, paralysis or cynicism. We want to clear away the obstacles to unearthing the collective intelligence that we need to truly co-create a different world in four years, not just talk about it. We want to hold a conversation that stimulates, that disturbs, that lights fires and opens hearts and minds in every corner of this conscious living system that we are. Join us on this journey for the next four years. Every voice is welcome.

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Ideas on Using The Questions of the Week

Lois Barber, Co-founder & Executive Director of EarthAction and Co-chair of Alliance for Renewable Energy-ARE shares her thoughts on how the FOUR YEARS. GO. Questions of the Week can be used to generate transformations. Check out her recommendations >>


  • Brad James

    I see a cha-ching of some sort of puzzle tapestry already happening, a bit like crystals forming. In our Sydney Symposium’s we are networking, mutually supporting, promoting and engaging with like-minded groups and assisting new groups. It’s exciting, I’m meeting new exciting people, ideas, learning new skills and having a great time together. We recently had an inspiring planning meeting and a scrumptious dinner together. I’m happier than ever and excited about our future and no longer in dread of some looming disaster, it’s just so beautiful working together in forward thinking positivity. In my opinion, I’m enjoying joining together and whatever occurs I’m connecting with a new and wonderful family. Warmest, B

  • Brad James

    I see a cha-ching of some sort of puzzle tapestry already happening, a bit like crystals forming. In our Sydney Symposium’s we are networking, mutually supporting, promoting and engaging with like-minded groups and assisting new groups. It’s exciting, I’m meeting new exciting people, ideas, learning new skills and having a great time together. We recently had an inspiring planning meeting and a scrumptious dinner together. I’m happier than ever and excited about our future and no longer in dread of some looming disaster, it’s just so beautiful working together in forward thinking positivity. In my opinion, I’m enjoying joining together and whatever occurs I’m connecting with a new and wonderful family. Warmest, B

  • http://www.guyfarmer.com Guy Farmer

    I see a general movement of people realizing how we are interconnected and how we are all related to the planet. I see it as a movement of caring for things beyond our immediate circle. It begins by reaching out to others and increasing awareness of how we all affect each other. I also see it as a shift in thinking from self-preservation to group preservation, the human family. We can commit to not only helping ourselves but also helping others.

  • http://www.guyfarmer.com Guy Farmer

    I see a general movement of people realizing how we are interconnected and how we are all related to the planet. I see it as a movement of caring for things beyond our immediate circle. It begins by reaching out to others and increasing awareness of how we all affect each other. I also see it as a shift in thinking from self-preservation to group preservation, the human family. We can commit to not only helping ourselves but also helping others.

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