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June 14, 2007

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Emerging Futures Foundation

Taj does wonderful work. I met Taj in 2001 at the Listen Inc activist's conference where he hosted an amazing open dialouge with over 200 people.

It was perhaps one of the best events I've ever attended.

Taj was also a member of the Charodic Commons and joined Gerry Gleason and I there to discuss some early Emerging Futures Network ideas.

Movement Strategies new on-line forum, http://www.bloc.net is also amazing and holds much promise.

Emerging Futures Foundation

Taj does wonderful work. I met Taj in 2001 at the Listen Inc activist's conference where he hosted an amazing open dialouge with over 200 people.

It was perhaps one of the best events I've ever attended.

Taj was also a member of the Charodic Commons and joined Gerry Gleason and I there to discuss some early Emerging Futures Network ideas.

Movement Strategies new on-line forum, http://www.bloc.net is also amazing and holds much promise.

Phil

Yes, Taj is a special guy who has already done much good, at a young age. Bit by bit and link by link we can organize a network of thinkers, do-ers, funders, volunteers.

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