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Mosaic Magazine

As I have talked about often on this site, Systems Thinking is a key paradigm in my life, and it is one that I came to initially through Daniel Quinn's work. Several other Quinn readers from throughout the world also followed his ideas to that core of Systems Thinking, and together we wanted to help bring awareness of this paradigm to others. We decided to do this by starting an online magazine in which readers can see how a Systems Thinker views the world.

Articles, stories, and poetry written from a Systems Thinking perspective make up the magazine, which is called Mosaic. I am one of the initial staff of the magazine and an editor. I have not had much time to contribute to it since its founding, but I am hoping that over the years I can devote more and more to it as I feel it is a wonderful outlet and that - due to the fascinating group of people involved - it could become a very unique and interesting magazine.

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