When people gather together, the first thing they do is to tell each other the purpose of why they are there.
They begin by reciting their purpose, and the very reasons of being there.
This exchange somehow moves the field of the gathering into inspiring them. Isn’t this interesting?
Words that inspire people are not all soaring words, but just descriptions of themselves, of why they are there, where they were before and what they look forward to.
Pretty mundane, it seems to me. But different from the tin box of hollowness, of shallowness, we see in online gatherings.