Security is an illusion: encoding fragility
Question: Who is going to sum it all up and take it further? Who will be our spokesperson? Answer: Why do we need a spokesperson anyway? This is just representative democracy.
Knowledge is shared within a mix of contemplation and endurance, people operate at their limit whilst engaging in anchoring dialogue. What follows is a brief example where a dancer (forth player) engages in a conversation with a programmer (third player):
We are fragile about our positions. We are inherently full of questions.
If we were all very confident we wouldn't be here.
Security is an illusion,
We have to encourage fragility,
In situations where we feel fragile, we question ourselves and learn.
We are scared of commitment, because we are not sure of our position.
We need to provide infrastructures for security.
Shall we all go to bed now?
PD PATCHERS’ SOUND BEGINS TO INTENSIFY, CONVERSATION BECOMES INCOMPREHENSIBLE