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    dots Submission Name: Mole and the National Training Laboratorydots

    Author: Torie
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    dotsMole and the National Training Laboratorydots

    My name is Mole.

    I am inclined, highly inclined, to be moralistic as we move from print to eprint, from the book to the internet, from authority to empathy.

    It, moralism, feels good but it doesn't take me anywhere, it alienates others, and leaves me in a self satisfied vortex.

    Better to observe the change from the literate individual to group feeling.

    With eminent efficiency the National Training Laboratory in Bethel, Maine, USA, from 1947, midwifed the change from literate authority to the immediate experience of the group. See www.ntl.org

    Indeed I attended the first National Training Laboratory Encounter group in Oz at the University of New South Wales, and it changed my life.

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