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Stuff in the ‘Possibility’ Category


Resilient Japan #57: New Stories for a New Japan

Posted by bobstilger on December 18, 2014

Just Back from Japan… I’m back in Spokane, my final trip to Japan this year complete.  Much to share! There are ongoing challenges in the disaster area.  Outside Fukushima, there’s tremendous pressure to return to the old normal — in spite of the fact that the old  normal was not working out very well.  Inside Read full post


Japan’s Edges: Bob Stilger’s Notes from Japan #56 – June 1, 2014

Posted by bobstilger on July 10, 2014

I’ve just spent 8 out of the last 10 days in Future Sessions with people from all over Japan — Fukushima, Tokyo, Kyoto, Shikoku, Kyushu.  It’s been an amazing time.  I want to share some of the stories and learning that are brewing in me.  I feel like I am following bread crumbs.  This is Read full post


Ending 2013: Bob Stilger’s Notes from Japan #50 – December 7th

Posted by bobstilger on December 6, 2013

I didn’t realize until I wrote the date in this blog that today is the anniversary.  Just a year ago I arrived in Minamisoma with several other colleagues just after the largest earthquake since 3.11 had struck 100 miles off the coast.  We waited, uncertain, not knowing if the nuclear power plant 25 miles away Read full post


Hospicing Stories of Fear, Midwiving Stories of Possibility — Bob Stilger’s Notes from Japan #42 ~ December 9th

Posted by bobstilger on December 9, 2012

Dear Friends, Earlier this week I was invited to have dinner with Peach Heart’s founders.  A year ago five young women created Peach Heart because they felt young women in Fukushima needed support in speaking their truths to each other.  There’s so much uncertainty for young women and so hard to share either grief or Read full post

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