Thank you Lois for introducing me to the xmca’ group and to all of
you that have expressed an open and welcomed interest to listen to
what we are to say. For me this was very “new stage” to be on,
finding very stimulating, those cross-cutting discussions… It was
definitely a month of thinking, and reading for me… Some of the
excellent articles, discussion points and suggested references gave
me a lot of new information, and joy, although I feel I have not said
much in response. However, I still have those very important arguing
voices in me, continually responding still… the most critical, and
challenging being those that stress our multiple and so different
life contexts re: opinions, interests, experiences, cultures and
understandings - some of them being for decades apart.
All that makes me happy and privileged to wish you all, on this first
day of January the fruitful, healthy and joyful New Year.
--- Lois Holzman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> And thanks to Mike for urging me/us!
> A beginning and, as Vesna says, there is no end.
> Talk to you all in the new year,
> > From: Mike Cole <email@example.com>
> > Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org, "eXtended Mind, Culture,
> > <email@example.com>
> > Date: Fri, 30 Dec 2005 07:41:39 -0800
> > To: "eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Subject: [xmca] December draws to a close
> > Thanks to Lois for introducing us the importance of performance
> > development and all of those who
> > shared their experiences which have given me, at least, a lot of
> food for
> > thought. With daily reminders
> > of the seemingly endless potential of humans for genocide on even
> > American media the
> > courage of those defending development over death provides a path
> to life we
> > can only hope to emulate
> > and support.
> > The plan for next month is to discuss one of the articles from
> the recently
> > published issue of Mind, Culture,
> > and Activity. The polls have been open for some time, but have,
> > understandably, received relatively little
> > attention in the midst of other discussions. Take a moment to
> vote so that
> > which ever article is decided upon,
> > it represents the preferences of xmca-o-philes as a group.
> > The url is http://lchc.ucsd.edu/MCA/index.html
> > There are a number of other xmca matters brewing that a
> combination of a
> > Cole family influenze pandemic
> > and holiday movement have prevented me from getting to, but I'll
> post as
> > soon as time allows.
> > Meantime, echoing others, best wishes for a peaceful, healthy,
> > productive New Year.
> > mike
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Lina Kostarova Unkovska, Director
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