Common protocol


commonProtocol
Fumiko and I came over Fukuoka yesterday in order to have meetings with academics who advocates innovation praxis through their efforts in education and research. It was wonderful to have such the fruitful time with them as we had conversations in the common “protocol,” that means we could listen sympathetically with each other.

I know it is not certain this always bears fruits in like wise, but it surely accelerates to realize what we aim in common. Although we tend to speculate sharing an interest is critical, I would suggest sharing a protocol makes a difference far more.

Why in Fukuoka? Will show you what is happening here in the meantime.

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