Processing—the Pathwork in China
Contributed by Brian O'Donnell
I was part of a team that included David Schwerin and Feng Wu. We visited four cities all together. In two, we spoke at Universities to large groups of students and faculty, and in two other cities we offered process weekends.
Personally, I was struck by the dynamic development occurring everywhere in China. Infrastructure projects are exploding in large cities and small hamlets. A surge of modernity is sweeping the country. They have technologies that surpass those we have in this country that create ease and flow in a country that contains a quarter of the earth’s population. Co-existing is a reverence and honoring of their ancient traditions and heritage. They are also attempting to cobble together Communism and capitalism—not an easy task. Read More.